E3 is sort of an electronic entertainment mecca. Brands spend their entire year (if not years) preparing to wow the public with glimpses of new games and previews of a new console system. … Read More
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. … Read More
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. … Read More
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. … Read More
Sensory Appeal is one of our Waves that every quarter we find an equal amount of amazing new tech and design, and for every great piece theres something that’s a complete gimmick. Being a basic need wave, this is somewhat understandable, even more understandable seeing how most of what comes out of this wave is entertainment based.
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