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Wednesday, 12 April 2017 00:00

Have a Swig of Virtual Lemonade

Depending on how it's eventually developed, this could be the gift that keeps on delivering the taste that refreshes -- and allows people to consume food and drink that they otherwise might not for health reasons.

Researchers from the National University of Singapore have come up with a way to reproduce certain flavors which can, having been delivered to your taste buds via electrodes, fool your taste buds into believing you're having a drink of lemonade instead of plain old water.

Think of it as teleported guilty pleasures.

New Atlas reports that the method of sending flavors works like this: By placing a pH sensor into a container of lemonade, researchers can take readings on the beverage's acidity, or sourness, while an RGB sensor scans the substance's color.

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