“Virtual Dinner” to enjoy the food is here

  There is a strange restaurant in Los Angeles, USA. There is no decent food in the restaurant, but the diners are scrambling to come here and say to “eat a big meal”. What’s more interesting is that they eat as much as they want, and eat as much as they want, without having to worry about getting fat. Why is this happening?
  It turned out that the owner of the shop, Jin Su An, prepared a “virtual dinner” for the diners.
  Jin Su Ann is actually not a businessman, but a researcher. Three years ago, he founded the Kerkri laboratory, specializing in some practical technologies in the field of VR. Once, when watching the movie “Captain Hawke”, he saw an interesting scene: the actor Peter Pan in the film learned how to use imagination to see all kinds of tempting food on the empty table. At that moment, Jin Su An burst of inspiration: the coveted foods in real life often hide high calories, and excessive intake is not beneficial to the human body. If there is a virtual dinner that allows foodies to “taste” those high Calorie-free taboo foods will definitely be welcomed by people!
  So, Jin Su Ann led the laboratory staff to explore virtual cuisine. Jin Su Ann believes that all human feelings are stimulated by nerves and then transmitted to the brain. When people want to eat food, they do not actually need to create real smells and foods, as long as they have a sense of smell and taste in the virtual world Relying on specific instruments to transmit information to the nerve center, they can feel what I smell and what I taste. The laboratory personnel followed Jin Su An’s vision to carry out research in the direction of “digitizing taste and smell”. After more than two years of unremitting efforts, Jinsu Ann and his team have finally developed a very practical “virtual dinner”.
  ”Virtual dinner” is a dining bag, mainly composed of fragrance diffuser, bone conduction sensor, gyroscope, virtual cocktail glass and 3D printed food. When you want to experience a “virtual dinner”, you don’t need to use knives, forks, napkins and dishes, as long as you wear a virtual reality helmet that looks like an artwork, you can enter a new world of food. During the experience, you will find yourself sitting at the table, and the fragrance diffuser will use ultrasonic waves and heating to emit the fragrance of various foods. The bone conduction sensor attached to your neck can mimic the action of human chewing, and then use soft tissues and bones as transmission channels, so that the feeling of chewing is transmitted from your mouth to the eardrum. When you smell the scent of various foods, a sensor-equipped gyro will track your movements and convert them into corresponding behaviors in the virtual world. The virtual cocktail glass with built-in sensor can simulate the aroma of drinks or wine, which makes people intoxicated. The meal pack also includes a small tube of 3D printed low-calorie food, which can serve as a perfect carrier for people to taste the taste of the food and view the texture.
  After the successful development of “Virtual Meal”, Jin Su Ann opened an experience restaurant in Los Angeles. Unexpectedly, this project is very popular with people, especially those who want to lose weight or are allergic to certain foods, they continue to step into the restaurant. After a period of time, Jin Su An found that the “virtual dinner” is also very popular with several other special groups-it can help patients with eating disorders to recover; can guide children to learn how to eat healthy food; can make Astronauts still enjoy their favorite food in space.
  Jin Su Ann seems to have foreseen the popularity of the “virtual dinner”. He said: “For food, people always love and fear. With the ‘virtual meal’, people’s sensory experience when enjoying food remains unchanged, but the calorie intake is greatly reduced, and the desire to enjoy food is truly realized. Therefore, in the days to come, it will only be more popular with people! “