Unstabalizer

This has got to be one of the most interesting bar type projects. The Unstabalizer is a system similar to the stock market for a bar. When one drink is purchased, it causes the price of the drink to increase, and those drinks not being purchased will drop.
This means that the whole bar would be one large drinking game since the prices can change drastically. This would not only allow people to step outside their comfort zone, but also get cheaper alcohol at certain times. Would definitely be a wonderful social experiment and an interesting conceptual design. The one thing that a friend said was that some people don’t like to mess around with the drink price. I think that if you set up a minimum and a maximum price (where maximum is what people pay currently), then people don’t mind paying less for anything and if it’s automated, they definitely wouldn’t care one bit there either.
NearNearFuture < NastyPixel

  • Great idea, except here in North Carolina, bar prices must remain the same for the entire day. (That’s why we no longer have happy hours.)
    However, why not take the “Day Trader” concept, adjusting prices daily instead of instantly.

  • Great idea, except here in North Carolina, bar prices must remain the same for the entire day. (That’s why we no longer have happy hours.)
    However, why not take the “Day Trader” concept, adjusting prices daily instead of instantly.

  • No kidding. There’s no Happy Hour here? Holy &[email protected]#. I never went drinking that early, so never noticed the whole time I’ve been here.
    You can’t change the price during the day? Wonder why that is. Very weird. Tack that up as another one of those crazy NC rules.

  • darkmoon

    No kidding. There’s no Happy Hour here? Holy &[email protected]#. I never went drinking that early, so never noticed the whole time I’ve been here.
    You can’t change the price during the day? Wonder why that is. Very weird. Tack that up as another one of those crazy NC rules.

  • Hello.
    Thanks for the post, regarding people that don’t like to play with the price, our solution is quite simple, there is the regular menu at every selling point, if the customer don’t like to play he can pay the fixed price from the menu, it will be kind of silly to pay 4$ of a glass of whiskey when in the game the price just went down to 2$, but hey … not all are good with numbers.

  • Hello.
    Thanks for the post, regarding people that don’t like to play with the price, our solution is quite simple, there is the regular menu at every selling point, if the customer don’t like to play he can pay the fixed price from the menu, it will be kind of silly to pay 4$ of a glass of whiskey when in the game the price just went down to 2$, but hey … not all are good with numbers.

  • Adrian

    Where can I get this program?
    Thanks,

  • Adrian

    Where can I get this program?
    Thanks,