o Inexhaustible supply
of HOPS beer.
o 2 user-specifiable
Optimist / Pessimist
o Sobriety algorithms
o Wastage & Spillage
o Variable drinking rate;
Sip, Gulp, Down
No longer is the excuse
'Not while I'm on the job' available. After years of research, in some
of England's finest institutions, scholars have made a breakthrough in
the study of alcohol - it's been digitised.
eGuinness is the first publicly licensed implementation to
employ the Hangover Omitting Pint System (or HOPS), developed in
cooperation with the University of York.
Put simply, eGuinness is a program which simulates
the visual and social effects of alcohol. The user can drink at
his/her own pace (sip, gulp or down) and the program will, using
complex biomechanical algorithms, determine the state of sobriety.
It operates in two modes; quiet drink (left) and verbose (below
left), has user-customisable outlook settings (pessimist / optimist)
and can also be blended into the background when you've had enough
This program requires the MS Visual Basic 5 Runtime files to run.
Although these files are pre-installed on most Windows operating
systems, some users of older versions of Windows 95 will have
to download them from the Microsoft