Fancy a world where you can drink something cool and instantly share it with all your friends? That could happen sooner than you think. Researchers just need to iron out the kinks.
Scientists at the Keio-NUS CUTE center — which stands for Japan’s Keio University and the National University of Singapore Connective Ubiquitous Technology for Embodiments — have figured out how to detect the taste and color of lemonade and send it over to a specially made tumbler filled with plain water.
Read more: Sending Taste Over The Internet
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