Taste The TV: Japanese Professor Creates Lickable TV Screen One Can Taste
A Japanese professor has evolved an exemplar of a lickable TV screen, that permits for the flavour profiles of food to be built. With this appliance, all who desire to taste the food can taste it by licking the screen.
The appliance is named Taste the TV (TTTV) and comprises 10 flavor canisters sprinkling a mixture of flavors onto a plastic picture that is layered on a flat-screen TV, in an endeavour to imitate the taste of food item.
Meiji University professor Homei Miyashita told Reuters that the objective is to make it feasible for people to have the experience of something like eating at a restaurant on the different side of the world, while staying at home.
The professor expanded that this appliance might reach in useful for growing sommeliers and culinarian who desire to taste things while smoothing their skill but are destitute because of remote learning.
A Japanese professor has developed a prototype lickable TV screen that can imitate food flavors, another step towards creating a multi-sensory viewing experience https://t.co/HeQzgsyInX 1/5 pic.twitter.com/01yXOqCMCy
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Meiji university’s student Yuki Hou, 22, performed a demonstration for Reuters, telling the an appliance that she needed to taste sweet chocolate after which the flavor canisters drizzled a sample onto the plastic sheet attached to the screen. It’s kind of like milk chocolate what Hou said, after tasting the screen.