In Japan, they created a screen on which you can taste the imagePictolic
Modern technologies are developing at a speed ahead of time. A Japanese professor has created a screen that reproduces the tastes of different foods. To feel the desired taste, the user needs to lick the surface of the device. The inventor is sure that his idea is the future. Learn how an unusual device works from our material.
The screen called "Taste the TV" was designed by a professor at Japan's Meiji University named Homei Miyashita (Homei Miyashita). The scientist wants to achieve the effect of multisensory viewing.
The unusual device has a carousel of 10 containers with different flavors. They are mixed in different combinations, recreating the taste of a certain product. Then the cocktail is sprayed and displayed on a film covering a flat screen. This way you can taste the image.
Professor Miyashita is confident that his technology will help people connect and interact even over long distances. For example, it will give you the opportunity to feel like in a restaurant on the other side of the world while staying at home.
Despite the absurdity of the idea, the inventor sees our future in this way. Homei Miyashita imagines a world in which people will "upload" tastes of pictures from the screen. He wants to create a platform where viewers can try whatever they want.
The Japanese says that the cost of the screen is about 100,000 yen (about 65,000 rubles). Perhaps an unusual invention will not become a hit of sales, but it will definitely find its niche in the restaurant business. Some companies have already asked the professor to use the carousel of flavors to give new shades to pizza or toast.
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