US20130092567A1 - Methods and systems of adding minerals into distilled water in accordance with personal needs - Google Patents

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US20130092567A1 US13/275,517 US201113275517A US2013092567A1 US 20130092567 A1 US20130092567 A1 US 20130092567A1 US 201113275517 A US201113275517 A US 201113275517A US 2013092567 A1 US2013092567 A1 US 2013092567A1
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Abstract

This invention relates to fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral. Even further, this invention, based on the first formula, adds the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person. Even more further, this invention relates to serving the mixed water to the first person.

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    FIELD OF THE INVENTION
  • This invention generally relates to the drinking systems. Specifically, this invention is related to receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag.
  • BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • Minerals, such as various vitamins, are essential elements to human beings. It is known that different vitamins can provide different benefits to health of human beings. For example, vitamin C can help fight against diseases such as colds; vitamin D can help strengthen bones. Conventionally, human consume vitamins as pills, after they are mixed with water. The problem is the control of amount of the minerals that should be taken on a daily basis. There are times that a person may be too busy to ingest a required mineral. There are also times that the person may ingest an excessive amount of minerals on a given day. As such, there is a need for people to ingest vitamins and any other minerals in more efficient manners. Further, there is a need to stop a person if the person has consumed an excessive amount of vitamins so that the ingested vitamins are wasted. Even further, there is a need to warn a person if the person has consumed an excessive amount of vitamins so that the ingested vitamins are wasted.
  • SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • A drinking system of adding minerals into distilled water in accordance with personal needs, comprising: a water container for providing water to a first person and a second person; a first compartment attached to the water container for receiving a first mineral; a second compartment attached to the water container for receiving a second mineral; a buffered compartment for mixing the minerals; a first RFID tag associated with the first person; a second RFID tag associated with the second person; a RFID reader associated with the water container and configured to detect the first and second RFID tags; a processor; a memory storing instructions that cause the processor to execute a method.
  • In one embodiment, the exemplified method comprises receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; receiving a detection that the second person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching a second formula associated with the second person, wherein the second formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the second person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the second formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the second person; and serving the mixed water to the second person.
  • In another embodiment, the method may comprise receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; recording the volume consumed by the first person; on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person, until a limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person, serving the mixed water to the first person; and recording the volume consumed by the first person.
  • The method may also comprises receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; recording the volume consumed by the first person; on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; stopping to add the first mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, when a limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the first mineral; continuing to add the second mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, until a limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the second mineral; serving the mixed water to the first person; and recording the volume consumed by the first person.
  • In yet another embodiment, the method may comprises receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching, from the computer server, a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; recording the volume consumed by the first person into the computer server; on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching, from the computer server, the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; stopping to add the first mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, when the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the first mineral; continuing to add the second mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, until the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the second mineral; serving the mixed water to the first person; and recording the volume consumed by the first person.
  • Alternatively, the embodied method may comprises receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching, from the computer server, a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; recording the volume consumed by the first person into the computer server; on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching, from the computer server, the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; continuing to add the first mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person; when the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the first mineral, using the computer server to send a warning to the first person, wherein the warning includes an exceeding amount of the first mineral; when the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the second mineral, using the computer server to send a warning to the first person, wherein the warning includes an exceeding amount of the second mineral; serving the mixed water to the first person; and recording the volume consumed by the first person.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • FIG. 1 illustrates an exemplary system to drinking system of adding minerals into distilled water in accordance with personal needs.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION
  • A drinking system of adding minerals into distilled water in accordance with personal needs is disclosed, comprising a water container for providing water to a first person and a second person; a first compartment attached to the water container for receiving a first mineral; a second compartment attached to the water container for receiving a second mineral; a buffered compartment for mixing the minerals; a first RFID tag associated with the first person; a second RFID tag associated with the second person; a RFID reader associated with the water container and configured to detect the first and second RFID tags; a processor; a memory storing instructions that cause the processor to execute a method, comprising: receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; receiving a detection that the second person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching a second formula associated with the second person, wherein the second formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the second person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the second formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the second person; and serving the mixed water to the second person.
  • Other implementations may be provided. For example, a drinking system of adding minerals into distilled water may be provided in accordance with personal needs, comprising a water container for providing water to a first person and a second person; a first compartment attached to the water container for receiving a first mineral; a second compartment attached to the water container for receiving a second mineral; a buffered compartment for mixing the minerals; a first RFID tag associated with the first person; a second RFID tag associated with the second person; a RFID reader associated with the water container and configured to detect the first and second RFID tags; a processor; a memory storing instructions that cause the processor to execute a method, comprising: receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; recording the volume consumed by the first person; on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person, until a limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person, serving the mixed water to the first person; and recording the volume consumed by the first person.
  • The drinking system of adding minerals into distilled water may comprise: a water container for providing water to a first person and a second person; a first compartment attached to the water container for receiving a first mineral; a second compartment attached to the water container for receiving a second mineral; a buffered compartment for mixing the minerals; a first RFID tag associated with the first person; a second RFID tag associated with the second person; a RFID reader associated with the water container and configured to detect the first and second RFID tags; a processor; a memory storing instructions that cause the processor to execute a method, comprising: receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; recording the volume consumed by the first person; on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; stopping to add the first mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, when a limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the first mineral; continuing to add the second mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, until a limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the second mineral; serving the mixed water to the first person; and recording the volume consumed by the first person.
  • In another implementation, the system includes: a water container for providing water to a first person and a second person; a first compartment attached to the water container for receiving a first mineral; a second compartment attached to the water container for receiving a second mineral; a buffered compartment for mixing the minerals; a first RFID tag associated with the first person; a second RFID tag associated with the second person; a computer server connecting to the water container, wherein the server contains mineral information regarding the first and second persons, the information including a limit regarding a maximum allowable consumption of the first and second persons; a RFID reader associated with the water container and configured to detect the first and second RFID tags; a processor; a memory storing instructions that cause the processor to execute a method, comprising: receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching, from the computer server, a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; recording the volume consumed by the first person into the computer server; on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching, from the computer server, the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; stopping to add the first mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, when the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the first mineral; continuing to add the second mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, until the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the second mineral; serving the mixed water to the first person; and recording the volume consumed by the first person.
  • In another implementation, the drinking system of adding minerals into distilled water can be implemented in accordance with personal needs, comprising: a water container for providing water to a first person and a second person; a first compartment attached to the water container for receiving a first mineral; a second compartment attached to the water container for receiving a second mineral; a buffered compartment for mixing the minerals; a first RFID tag associated with the first person; a second RFID tag associated with the second person; a computer server connecting to the water container, wherein the server contains mineral information regarding the first and second persons, the information including a limit regarding a maximum allowable consumption of the first and second persons; a RFID reader associated with the water container and configured to detect the first and second RFID tags; a processor; a memory storing instructions that cause the processor to execute a method, comprising: receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching, from the computer server, a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; serving the mixed water to the first person; recording the volume consumed by the first person into the computer server; on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag; fetching, from the computer server, the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral; based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person; continuing to add the first mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person; when the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the first mineral, using the computer server to send a warning to the first person, wherein the warning includes an exceeding amount of the first mineral; when the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the second mineral, using the computer server to send-a warning to the first person, wherein the warning includes an exceeding amount of the second mineral; serving the mixed water to the first person; and recording the volume consumed by the first person.

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1. A drinking system of adding minerals into distilled water in accordance with personal needs, comprising:
a water container for providing water to a first person and a second person;
a first compartment attached to the water container for receiving a first mineral;
a second compartment attached to the water container for receiving a second mineral;
a buffered compartment for mixing the minerals;
a first RFID tag associated with the first person;
a second RFID tag associated with the second person;
a RFID reader associated with the water container and configured to detect the first and second RFID tags;
a processor;
a memory storing instructions that cause the processor to execute a method
2. The system of claim 1, wherein the method comprise:
receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person;
serving the mixed water to the first person;
receiving a detection that the second person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching a second formula associated with the second person, wherein the second formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the second person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the second formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the second person; and
serving the mixed water to the second person.
3. The system of claim 1, wherein the method comprises:
receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person;
serving the mixed water to the first person;
recording the volume consumed by the first person;
on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person, until a limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person,
serving the mixed water to the first person; and
recording the volume consumed by the first person.
4. The system of claim 1, wherein the method comprises:
receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person;
serving the mixed water to the first person;
recording the volume consumed by the first person;
on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person;
stopping to add the first mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, when a limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the first mineral;
continuing to add the second mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, until a limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the second mineral;
serving the mixed water to the first person; and
recording the volume consumed by the first person.
5. The system of claim 1, wherein the method comprises:
receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching, from the computer server, a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person;
serving the mixed water to the first person;
recording the volume consumed by the first person into the computer server;
on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching, from the computer server, the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person;
stopping to add the first mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, when the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the first mineral;
continuing to add the second mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person, until the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the second mineral;
serving the mixed water to the first person; and recording the volume consumed by the first person.
6. The system of claim 1, wherein the method comprises:
receiving a detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching, from the computer server, a first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides a right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the first formula, adding the right mix of the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person;
serving the mixed water to the first person;
recording the volume consumed by the first person into the computer server;
on the same day, receiving another detection that the first person is approaching to the water container by detecting the first RFID tag;
fetching, from the computer server, the first formula associated with the first person, wherein the first formula provides the right mix of the first and second mineral with respect to the first person, the right mix referring to a volume required for the first and second mineral;
based on the first formula, adding the first and second minerals with the water into the buffered compartment for the first person;
continuing to add the first mineral into the buffered compartment for the first person;
when the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the first mineral, using the computer server to send a warning to the first person, wherein the warning includes an exceeding amount of the first mineral;
when the limit of the first person has been reached regarding the volume allowed by the first person for the second mineral, using the computer server to send a warning to the first person, wherein the warning includes an exceeding amount of the second mineral;
serving the mixed water to the first person; and
recording the volume consumed by the first person.
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