A Japanese professor has created a lickable TV screen.

Japanese Meiji University professor Homei Miyashita has created a lickable TV screen that can imitate the flavors of the food it displays.

A Japanese professor has developed a prototype of a lickable TV screen, that allows for the flavor profiles of food to be created. With this device, all one needs to do to taste the food on the display is lick the screen. 

The device is called Taste the TV (TTTV) and involves 10 flavor canisters spraying a combination of flavors onto a plastic film that's layered onto a flat-screen TV, in an attempt to recreate the taste of a food item. 

Miyashita told Reuters that he built the prototype over the last year. He estimated that if a commercial version were to be created, it would cost $875 to produce. 

Source: www.insider.com


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