A picked up an interesting 'motion toy' so to speak. This one has a strange backstory that has provided very little information other than being a huge flop embarrassment to its creator on record. Believe it or not this bottle, called a Zenie Bottle, is a product of a failed social media network from the early 00's. To briefly summarize what I have uncovered about the motion bottle: It was created by Paul Berberian. You probably have seen his success as creator of Sphero, the little drone/ball robots that are app controlled and pretty cool. This was one of his first big moves in an attempt to virally create a new social media platform that should have swooped in during the decline of MySpace and before Facebook became the overlord. His plan was to package and sell these unique glass blown vases filled with a pearlescent fluid that swirled when shaken. I know there were various glass shapes as well as colors planned (apparently there was a warehouse of stocked product when it crashed). You would buy the bottle with an included code card (seen behind the vase) to create your online 'bottle twin' to begin uploading videos, images, text entries, etc. Buying a bottle would make you part of the community while anyone without a bottle could browse others collections and hopefully be swayed to buy in themselves. It has a rather hushed past as I can't seem to find any real trace of this thing ever existing or ramping up to launch. Google images returns very few results, YouTube holds 2 viral-like videos of the creators promotion, or hype-up campaign, and 1 Vimeo video during a pre-launch party for the product from the Boulder Colorado ad HQ. I will link the Vimeo, YouTube and a Google Doc from the creator below. Very odd business approach from the early days of web 2.0. The end life of this venture appears to me as something that he wanted erased from time and almost never to be heard of.