In my last blogpost I wrote about sharing smell and taste digitally. Today it’s all about sharing and locating the whereabouts of someone using a photo. Continue reading
Nowadays QR-codes are used in all kinds of industry. At the Blacksalt restaurant located in Washington DC QR-codes are used for transparency reasons.
Every day we share our life on Instagram, twitter and other social media platforms. Selfies, outfits, more selfies and – the most common – food pictures! When I see the most delicious looking dessert passing by I always wish for some sort of smell and taste button. Recently Wired.co.uk published an article on ‘How will technology change the way we eat?’. Adrian Cheok speaks about the recent developments. Continue reading
How awesome would it be to have access to all information about the wine you’ve been drinking on a night in town? The Taproom in Philadelphia offers insight to their 40 drinks. Continue reading
Interactive dinner on a diet!
While I was searching for inventive restaurants and trends in the food sector I bumped into a list of the 5 most innovative restaurants in the world. One of them was launched a couple of years ago and is called ‘Tanita Shokudo’. The concept seemed very remarkable and has never been seen in Europe. So it’s kinda new! Well, it was for me. Continue reading