June 29, 2022

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Author invents lickable television that “imitates” food flavors – Eboca Negosios

TTTV uses 10 cans flavor carousel that sprays a mix of flavors (Photo: Reproduction)

When watching a cooking show on TV, you may want to taste the food that is already prepared. Impossible, isn’t it? Now you are well aware that this is about to become a reality.

In Japan, Homi Miyashita, a professor at Meiji University, has created a prototype lickable TV screen. Food flavors. According to the report, this is another step towards creating a multi-sensory vision experience The Guardian newspaper.

Device, is called Taste the TV, Uses a carousel with 10 cans of flavors to create the taste of a particular food. The model rolls like a toilet image on a flat TV screen for the viewer to enjoy.

According to Miyashita, during the Govt-19 era, this kind of technology could improve the way individuals interact and interact with the outside world.

“The goal is to provide people with an experience similar to eating at a restaurant on the other side of the world, even when they are at home,” he said.

He said he developed the TTTV prototype last year and that a commercial version would cost about 100,000 yen (or $ 653 or about R $ 5,000). According to the professor, its potential uses include distance learning and tasting for sommeliers and cooks.

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