Researchers from Meiji University, led by Homei Miyashita, have created the Norimaki Synthesizer. This lickable gadget uses ion electrophoresis in five different gels filled with electrolytes that supply controlled amounts of each of the five basic tastes. When activated, each one can apply an arbitrary taste to the user’s tongue, comparable to the way optical displays produce various shades from three basic colors.
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Google released the Pixel 4 back in October 2019, so it would be no surprise if they introduced their next-generation handset around the same time this year. What do we know so far about the Pixel 5? Well, it should feature a Snapdragon 865, 765G or 768G chipset, a triple rear lens camera (main sensor, telephoto and ultra wide), 5G connectivity and a 90Hz display.
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Created by designers Arvin Maleki and Ayda Mohseni, the Black Hole speaker has an out of this world design that looks exactly as it sounds. Many know that a real black hole is basically a region of spacetime where gravity is so strong that absolutely nothing, not even particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light, can escape from it. Fortunately, this device is used purely for entertainment.
Singapore-based Gray unveils Cyber Watch, a metal Apple Watch case made from two aerospace grade titanium structures – a material 2.5-times stronger than steel, but at just half the weight. Plus, you get a custom designed FKM fluoroelastomer Apple Watch band, which is extremely rugged while also being comfortable to wear.
Unlike other toasters, BALMUDA “The Toaster” makes use of steam technology and precise temperature control to perfectly cook any kind of bread, thanks to 4 different heating modes. Plus it has an extra oven mode to boot that enables you to make other dishes such as gratin, cookies and even frozen foods as well.