food by licking the TV screen: Tokyo:  l Japanese scientists have created a lickable TV screen, so that now you can taste food on the screen too. With the help of this, in the era of Kovid-19, the way of connecting and interacting with the outside world can increase.

Meiji University student Yuki Hou, during his performance at the university, licked a screen of Test the TV (TTTV), a prototype likable TV screen that has the ability to mimic the flavors of different foods.

The device, called Taste the TV (TTTV), uses a carousel of 10 flavor canisters that are used to flavor a particular food. The taste sample is then made available to the audience on a flat TV screen.

Professor Homi Miyashita of Meiji University said that in the era of Kovid-19, such technology can enhance the way we connect and interact with the outside world. Professor Miyashita works with a team of about 30 students who have produced a variety of taste-related devices, including a fork that enriches the flavor of food.

He said he himself built the TTTV prototype over the past year, the commercial version of which would cost around $875 (approximately Rs 65,970). Miyashita is also in talks with companies about using its spray technology, such as a device that can bring pizza or chocolate flavor to a slice of toasted bread.

Yuki Ho, a 22-year-old student of Meiji, performed TTTV for journalists. Shortly after expressing a desire to taste sweet chocolate on the screen, an automated voice repeated the wish and flavor jets sprayed a sample onto a plastic sheet that resembled milk chocolate.

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