Remember those plastic glasses we had as kids, which changed color if liquid was inside? You'd quite often get them for 99c with a kid's meal at a fast food chain. These are the next (grown-up) step in the evolution.
While it's just a concept for now, I'm really hoping designer Damjan Stankovic can send them off on the production line. Each Cipher Drinking Glass has a multitude of colored dots in a seemingly random pattern, but once liquid is added, the dots actually spell out what sort of drink it is. You can see from the pic that it recognizes orange juice, milk and Coca Cola—but I wonder if it would detect the difference between vodka and gin? [Damjan Stankovic via New Idea Homepage via OhGizmo]