iBar at 24

 - Sep 12, 2007
References: thesun
The world's first iBar was installed at 24, a high-end Soho nightclub in London, and is already a smashing success! The $147,000 table tops have sensors that detect what you're drinking, so when you can't remember how many something-tinis you had, the gizmo will figure it out for you by scanning the shape of your glass.

If that doesn't blow your mind, experts are guessing that in the not-so-distant future, picking up your tab will be as easy as placing your bank card on the 12 ft bar. "They also say the interactive device will be able to upload pics and vids from your mobile to show off to other drinkers in the same way," added the Sun. "Plus punters will be able to flick through food menus, special drinks offers and jukebox tracks using their finger."

The bar "can be programmed to display any image, for example a Stella logo could appear when a pint is placed on it or footage of grapes when you plonk your plonk on top."

Check out the video to see the iBar in action!