"I'm a social drinker" takes on a whole new meaning with SipSup, a social network in a drinking glass. Based on the premise that the important moments happen when you're drinking with your friends, SipSup hosts photos and videos in a glass to which anyone can tap their phone to access.
With the SipSup app, you can drop your memories into the glass and share them to the public folder. But SipSup isn't just a localized, communal Instagram. When you tap your phone to someone's glass, you don't get a stream of all the uploads that have ever been stored on that glass. Instead, a random photo or video pops up from any time, so you never know what you're going to get. A friend's glass could remind you of a great time you had together, or show you a picture you weren't even there for.
SipSup is a social experience, but it also has a personal side to it. The owner of the glass can choose whether to drop memories into the public or private folder, so personal memories can be stored safely. With the Post-it feature, friends can leave private messages to you on your public photos. There's also a Snapchat-y element, where friends can send your glass a picture with a personal message.