steak fondant, a pizza topped with or a creamy dessert... no matter What their sin is cute, the viewers have all probably already salivated in front of a food advertisement. In Japan, the researcher Homei Miyashita might well have found a solution to satisfy in part the hungry: the Norimaki Synthetiser.
The tool consists of five tubes, each containing a gel edible that artificially reproduces one of the five tastes primary: salty, sweet, acid, bitter, and umami. The viewer places it on her tongue and receives a mixture of doses calculated in a very precise way in order to have in the mouth, the sensation of tasting the food delivered on-screen. "This works the same way as a computer which uses only pixels of blue, red and green to recreate any color," explains the scientist. Testers have said that they had, without hardly recognized the flavor of sushi or candy in the gelatin.
Some benefit programs may decide to build on this invention, which provides the impression of pleasure without taking a gram. But the disillusionment is never far away. In the 2000s, the diffuser smells of the company Digiscents, intended flavour for movies and web browsing, has not managed to arouse the interest of the general public. In addition to this challenge, the Norimaki Synthetiser may need to overcome a problem of timing. The period of the global pandemic seems unlikely to be conducive to the promotion of the objects of licking.The editorial team conseilleCaméra ciblante, quality of sound, sharing ... Why is the Portal TV Facebook us emballésDans the canteens of companies, the artificial intelligence helps to reduce the queues attenteFace the coronavirus, the French who are setting themselves up to serve the autresSujetsAlimentationFoodtechtélévisionaucun comment
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