01 May Virtual Flavor
In a study shared by Meiji University in the past days, when we come in contact with the language, we talk about a device that we can virtually perceive different tastes. The device, which works by electrical stimulation of the tongue, can produce five different flavors at different intensity levels.
Thanks to the five gels on the device, the device can offer the person flavors such as umami, which means bitter, sweet, sour, salty and pleasant and salty by the Japanese. Different tastes can be created by increasing and decreasing some aromas in the system, where small and harmless dimensions are used to stimulate the five taste senses by using electrical signals.