A Japanese inventor has developed a model of a “lickable” TV screen that can reflect the flavors of food in programmes, another step toward creating a multisensory viewing experience.
The device, called Taste the TV (TTTV), uses 10 flavor packs that are sprayed together to create a specific food flavour. The flavor sample is then rolled up and placed on a flat screen TV for the viewer to sample.
And “The Guardian” quoted Homi Miyashita, a professor at Meiji University in Tokyo, that in the era of Covid-19, this type of technology can enhance the way people communicate and interact with the outside world, noting that “the goal is to enable people to experience something like eating Food in a restaurant on the other side of the world, even while staying at home.”
Miyashita works with a team of about 30 students who have produced a variety of flavor related devices, including a fork that makes food taste richer. He said he built a prototype for TTTV over the past year and that a commercial version would cost about $875.
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