2018-08-16 (Th) HackadaySummary

Digital Dining with Charged Chopsticks
Eating less salt is important for many people. This device seeks to supplement the salty taste with electronic stimulation of taste buds. It is a fascinating idea with lots of potential if it works. At the moment, only salty and sour tastes are possible. Unfortunately, the bulk of information about the project was behind a paywall, so the technical aspects were unavailable. This title was fun to write because of the alliteration. I also had fun with the link toward the end where I put a link to all the primary senses except taste since this article was about taste.

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