Being on the other side of the world prevented me from attending this years Coachella music festival unfortunately. And when I heard about the amazing lighting innovations, it rubbed it in even harder. You...
Category: Sensory Appeal™
The Human Truth™ of Sensory Appeal™ is “When you add a new sensation, it all seems new”. Well the visual art trend of projection mapping is truly making things seem brand new! Here’s an...
2010 is the year I really feel in love with infographs. I have always liked them but for some reason they seemed to really get great this year. Check out VisualEconomics.com Best Infographics of...
So Augmented Reality has been building for years now and has finally been seeing some mainstream application, but now there’s a new kid on the block: Diminished Reality.
New studies have shown that music, and by extension background noise in general, affects the way food tastes and how you experience it. This to some extent, explains why airline food is always viewed as terrible; the sheer amount of background noise you are constantly exposed to literally drowns out the taste.
Drive pass this sign in Charlotte, North Carolina and your tummy will rumble.
Recently it was discovered that “fat” is a distinct flavor from other flavors, such as sweet, salty, sour, bitter and umami—which is a taste for protein-rich foods. This finding may not seem earth shattering to you, but it certainly was to the Australian scientists who proved it. It means that humans have a sixth taste, and the ramifications of that truth are just starting to unfold.
Amanda Wachob has some fantastic art – for your skin.
I’m starting to feel like everything Nintendo releases these days is a one trick pony. Sure, the Wii brought us motion sensors and a greater sense of interaction with games by flailing around and laughing at each other, but now that we’ve moved on from Wii Sports Nintendo has a new push into sensory territory; 3D.
If Emeril had two heads and four arms, he would do this kitchen justice.