Virtual taste and smell

You can now add a virtual taste anf smell to a tasteless snack!

Meiji University in Japan has developed a taste display that can artificially recreate any flavor by triggering the five different tastes on a user’s tongue. Researchers can also create virtual smells by electrocuting your nose.

Electric Chopsticks Add Salty Flavor Where None Exists article tells how a special pair of chopsticks built by Nimesha Ranasinghe could let you experience that great salty taste without actually consuming any salt.

This Lickable Screen Can Recreate Almost Any Taste or Flavor Without Eating Food

Virtual reality with smells and taste will meet synthetic food


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