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Water to Wine Illusion Box: the Miracle of Air Pressure

by Lambert Varias
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Earlier this month we featured a concept for a device that turns water and other ingredients into wine. Jason Poel Smith’s hack on the other hand is more for laughs, and is easy to make on your own. Behold, brothers and sisters, a box that turns water into wine!

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As you may have guessed, the wine that comes out of Jason’s contraption isn’t made from the water that’s poured in it. Inside the box are two soda bottles connected by small tubes. The first bottle is empty while the second one is filled with wine. When water is poured from the funnel, it pushes some of the air out of the first bottle. The air goes to the second bottle, where it pushes wine out of the box to make space for itself.

Head to Instructables to find out how you can make your own water to wine box. If you’re looking for a more polished or challenging variant, check out Party Robotics’ water to wine cooler.

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