Virtual cocktail glass tricks the tongue into tasting the real thing without the calories

Dieting might not be so hard if unhealthy foods and drinks didn’t taste so good, but a new device from the National University of Singapore (NUS) could let you taste your cake and not eat it, too. The Vocktail (Virtual Cocktail) digitally changes the way a drink tastes, smells and looks, sprucing up plain old water or fine-tuning an existing drink…
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