What if your food talked back? A bunch of clever designers have made a break through in human-food communication with their project ‘Noisy Jelly’. The invention was created using Max/Msp and uses capacity sensors and a variety of jelly shapes (all with different salt concentrations) to detect the proximity and strength of finger contact. This feedback is then turned into an audio signal, giving the jelly a ‘voice’!!
I wonder what chocolate sounds like.