Plenty of women can relate to the fear that comes along with putting a drink down at a crowded party or bar: Did someone spike this cocktail? Was I just roofied? Now, there’s a gadget — a little stick — designed to ease that date-rape drug anxie…
There’s a new thing called the “personal drink ID”, or the “pd.id.” The pd.id is a small pocket-sized stick that you can put in your drink at a party if you’re worried about possible drugs in it. If the drink is okay, a green light will flash; if there’s something in it, it’ll flash red.
This fantastic technology is simply a warning system. Something like soap residue on the glass can trigger a red light, but the connecting smartphone app should be able to tell you how your drink was tampered with. According to this article, the pd.id works by analyzing the “color, conductivity, and temperature” of the drink.
It’s not available on the market yet! David Wilson, the founder, created an Indiegogo to raise money. Out of the $100,000 he needs, he’s only raised $12,000. There’s 36 days left to help him get the money he needs, and this is a fantastic way to keep people safe from date-rape drugs such as Ambien and Rohypnol. Signal boost this, guys!
boost! Common people, lets help get word out there about this and donate if you can.