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Have you ever to taste the delicious-looking food you on cooking shows? Well, that wish has a step closer. A professor in Japan has developed a prototype TV screen that you can . It is called TTTV. This abbreviation "Taste the TV". Professor Homei Miyashita from Meiji University in Tokyo the screen. He said it could become "taste-a-vision". If he created a screen that smells, we could also have "smell-a-vision". Professor Miyashita wanted to create a screen that a multisensory experience. He hopes his work means that screen technology can on from just having pictures and sound to a screen that the sense of taste too.

Professor Miyashita said his screen can food flavours. It a bit like an inkjet printer that uses different cartridges to create different colours. Instead of ink, Miyashita's TTTV 10 different flavour cartridges. These a combination of flavours onto a hygienic film that is part of the TV screen. The TV viewer can then lick the screen to the taste. Professor Miyashita said: "The goal is to make it possible for people to have the experience of something like at a restaurant on the other side of the world, even while at home." A student at Meiji University a chocolate she on the screen. She said: "It's sweet like a chocolate sauce." Miyashita said TTTV would about $870.

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