Vadik Marmeladov of Lapka introduces an alcohol breathalyzer called the ‘Lapka Breath Alcohol Monitor.’ This company wishes to surpass its competitors in the creative technological field by creating instruments that require zero circuitry or electronic dependence. Lapka calls it anti-technology; in this case, it’s in the form of a handheld breathalyzer. It keeps an eye on how much you’ve been drinking and doesn’t require cables or AC adapters. All you need is your hand.
The idea behind this product is the experience rather than the product itself. It’s self-sustainable in the way it doesn’t require an external energy source. Lapka states, “Our gadgets are meant to reconnect humans who are detached from personal interaction by our mobile devices.” This breathalyzer sends the data to your iPhone to give you your results.
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