Personal Drink ID is a drink-analyzing device that Veronica Mars could have benefited from throughout her ongoing investigations when it came to date rapes at college parties. A growing concern for parents and guardians, this drink-analyzing device is no bigger than a stick of gum. It can easily fit into small purses so that girls (and boys) can keep a vigilant eye on their drinks.
Designed in Toronto, Canada, the drink-analyzing device determines the liquids spectroscopic signature, its reaction to an electric current and its temperature. Once taking these three aspects into account, the company's database determine whether it is safe to drink. The drink-analyzing device is currently seeking funding on Indiegogo. Personal Drink ID hopes to raise a goal of $100,000 to put it into production.