Japan invents a television screen that can convey the taste of food

Homei Miyashita, a Japanese professor at Meiji University, has developed a prototype TV screen that mimics the tastes of food displayed on it, Insider writes. Now, to taste the dish, you just need to lick the screen.
A display called Taste the TV (TTTV) simulates the flavors of various products and allows the viewer to taste them. The device contains 10 canisters with fragrances that spray the programmed combination onto a film that is applied to the screen. Thus, the taste of a particular dish is recreated.

“The goal is to give people the opportunity to taste food in a restaurant on the other side of the world, even while staying at home,” says the professor.

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He noted that the device can be useful for aspiring sommeliers and distance learning chefs who need to try different dishes in order to hone their skills.

“I am thinking of creating a platform where tastes from all over the world can be distributed as ‘flavoring content’. It’s like watching a movie or listening to a song that you like. I hope that in the future people will be able to upload flavors dishes from restaurants they like and enjoy them no matter where they live,” added Miyashita.

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