Fantasy food can be such a strange and evocative part of the overall experience, especially in video games. Just like in movies and books, it can be used as a small decoration to the overall structure of the world by showing us what the people who actually live there will eat, but usually it goes one step further. In games, you usually need to obtain or at least make food, and these foods usually provide benefits such as health or strength. The food in some games may be the focus, or just a glimpse of the deeper world, but they all lack flavor.
Of course, I am not the only one who says that I want to really taste the food of video games. The dishes I cook at Genshin Impact are very beautiful and often claim that they are the heritage of the city. I can’t eat them almost like a crime. Please allow me to experience a monster hunter’s feast before the hunt, or experience a rebalanced food preparation meal before going to the Walheim raid. I want to try the crunchy chicken bones in Fable 4. At least, I think I did it this way.
Finally, I have evidence that I am not entirely alone.Whistleblower Reuters, Meiji University professor Miyashita Jiami developed a prototype of a lickable TV screen. The Taste the TV or TTTV imitates the taste of food by spraying a combination of 10 different flavors to obtain the desired effect. If we can mix three different colors of light to produce almost infinite colors, why not? Then the flavor is applied through the sanitary film rolling on the screen, ready to be licked. This is a bit like Covid’s nightmare, but as long as people don’t share screens, it may also be Covid’s dream.
“Our goal is to allow people to experience the experience of eating in a restaurant on the other side of the world even if they stay at home,” Miyashita told Reuters, continuing to explain that real-life applications may be used to train sommeliers and sommeliers. The chef, as well as tasting games and quizzes.
He expects a commercial version of the device to cost 100,000 yen, or slightly more than $800 in manufacturing costs, and he has even contacted the company about the use of sprays for other flavor applications. For example, use a piece of bread instead of something like a screen. Miyashita will also be able to download flavors and print them as compared to being able to listen and enjoy music on a global scale, which is a very cool concept.
Unfortunately, I don’t recommend that you choose any one in our current list of the best gaming monitors of 2021. In the future, a friend can send me their mom’s best recipes from all over the world, which is a very cool idea. Not to mention being able to taste the best baked cakes, or know what the real taste of Bethesda Universe Sweet Roll should be like. Although there are many fictitious flavors, I am of course very happy that I have never tasted them. We can only hope that with the development of this new technology, good will overcome evil.