Instead of drinking, try these goggles
To educate people on the effects of alcohol, the company Drunk Busters sells four types of goggles that simulate the effects of alcohol.
Low Level BAC Goggles
These simulate a low level of alcohol, or a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of .04 to .06. The company says this means "reduced alertness, slowed reaction time, confusion, visual distortion, alteration of depth and distance perception, reduction of peripheral vision, poor judgment and decision making, and lack of muscular coordination."
Low Level BAC Nightime Goggles
These are like having a blood alcohol concentration of .06 to .08. It's all of the effects above, enhanced. This mimics alcohol's effects right up to the legal limit for U. S. drivers.
Wearing these is like having a blood alcohol concentration of .08 to.15. It's illegal to drive in the U.S. with this much alcohol in your system.
Twilight Vision Impairment Goggles
These "simulate impairment under low light conditions with a BAC level of approximately .10 to .17." Now you're too drunk to drive and it's dark. If you weigh up to 180 pounds and drink five beers one after the other, you're here.