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Interactive Plate Makes Any Food Look Tasty

Feb 09, 2011
It is known that the look and the presentation of the food affect the taste of food. Philips Designs and Arzak have introduced its innovative tableware that helps food look more attractive. They designed multi-sensory plate that stimulates your senses using latest technology.

The interactive tableware has a crystalline substructure that changes its appearance to make dish look delicious with the help of light, sound vibration and electrical current. The plate is sensitive to temperature and motion, the utensils and the food, making your dining experience exiting. The tableware also reacts to a number of utensils that also stimulate your lips and tongue.

The multi-sensory plate is a part of "eye of the beholder" concept developed by master chef Jean-Marie Arzak together with Philips Design Probe team that study food presentation and embody the idea that the tableware can respond to the person and the food.

This is probably a great concept for a perfect dining for two on a special event, like Valentine's Day.

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Oct 29, 2015 12:36 PM » posted by: Dominic
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Oct 27, 2015 09:53 PM » posted by: Monzour
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Oct 27, 2015 09:53 PM » posted by: Monzour
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Oct 27, 2015 03:53 PM » posted by: Pravalika
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Oct 27, 2015 03:53 PM » posted by: Pravalika
8 of 8 people found the<a href="http://dbaefcl.com"> fwinoollg</a> review helpful Good Quality but shape is a step backwards from prev version, April 30, 2012Bya0 (Gretna NE) This review is from: I have used the E10LP of these headphones for a long time on numerous devices. They are a great value with solid sound quality for the cost. Are there better sure, but I am hard on them and if a pair last me 4 6 month I am happy do to physical damage that I inflict. That being said I have now purchased the new version of the E9LP and there is a feature that the new version doesn't have that I never knew I would miss until it was gone. The E9LP are uniformed in shape while the E10LP are banana shaped. What I have found is that the old shape made it very easy to feel what the left was and what the right headphone was. You ask why this would be important, first the L and R will wear off but more importantly I use them to listen to PbyP at a lot of sporting events where I just use one side and they sit in my pocket and go in and out of my ear often. It is impossible to tell quickly by feel if you grabbed the left or right bud. Also, when listen in the dark like at night when I listen to audiobooks or music it has been useful. Again, not a feature I even though about until it was gone. No I have bought some old stock of the E10LP's but that will only last so long. Sony, you made a mistake taking the banana shape out of the ear buds. If all you are concerned with is sound then these are fine if you know what price point you are buying at. As for the comments about the foam pads not staying on. Not an issue for me, I never use them.Help other customers find the most helpful reviewsa0Was this review helpful to you?a0 | a0

Oct 26, 2015 09:27 AM » posted by: Putra
So I finally dediecd I needed to buy some headphones for both talking on the phone and listing to music. I have a wireless device in my car that clips on to my visor but it really didn't work well because I couldn't hear who I was talking to and ended taking it off and holding it closer to my ear. The big issue for me was I needed headphones that came in various sizes because I am one of those folks with small ear canals and also can't stand the over the ear type because the darn things get caught up in my hair upon removal. These work great! I read the reviews on some other headphones. This model has the raised section in the middle of the volume up down buttons so you can feel it without looking down very nice! I don't use them to listen to music while I am driving but rather just have it plugged in just in case. Holding down the center button allows voice dialing so that is a big plus! The small size ear buds fit nice in my ear and don't come loose. I keep them in my car mostly but do use them when I go to the gym. I've used them when I go for walks on my lunch break and they are very comfortable. I can't believe I've waited so long to invest in headphones! My hands are freed up making it much easier to walk, jog, drive with. I haven't taking the time to figure out the basic controls yet where is that darn piece of paper with those shortcuts . arrg! Anyway, it's pretty simple but I can't comment on how to flip through playlists on my iPhone. Pressing the center button just starts music playing. Pressing volume up/down does just that. I'm guessing hitting the center button again with change songs but it just paused it. Anyway, this is not a biggie to me because I bought these for talking on the phone during my sad drive to work every day. Hope someone can get some use out of this review. Basically, these aren't crappy, cheap headphones and they pretty much do what they should.

Oct 26, 2015 09:27 AM » posted by: Putra
So I finally dediecd I needed to buy some headphones for both talking on the phone and listing to music. I have a wireless device in my car that clips on to my visor but it really didn't work well because I couldn't hear who I was talking to and ended taking it off and holding it closer to my ear. The big issue for me was I needed headphones that came in various sizes because I am one of those folks with small ear canals and also can't stand the over the ear type because the darn things get caught up in my hair upon removal. These work great! I read the reviews on some other headphones. This model has the raised section in the middle of the volume up down buttons so you can feel it without looking down very nice! I don't use them to listen to music while I am driving but rather just have it plugged in just in case. Holding down the center button allows voice dialing so that is a big plus! The small size ear buds fit nice in my ear and don't come loose. I keep them in my car mostly but do use them when I go to the gym. I've used them when I go for walks on my lunch break and they are very comfortable. I can't believe I've waited so long to invest in headphones! My hands are freed up making it much easier to walk, jog, drive with. I haven't taking the time to figure out the basic controls yet where is that darn piece of paper with those shortcuts . arrg! Anyway, it's pretty simple but I can't comment on how to flip through playlists on my iPhone. Pressing the center button just starts music playing. Pressing volume up/down does just that. I'm guessing hitting the center button again with change songs but it just paused it. Anyway, this is not a biggie to me because I bought these for talking on the phone during my sad drive to work every day. Hope someone can get some use out of this review. Basically, these aren't crappy, cheap headphones and they pretty much do what they should.

Oct 26, 2015 09:27 AM » posted by: Putra
So I finally dediecd I needed to buy some headphones for both talking on the phone and listing to music. I have a wireless device in my car that clips on to my visor but it really didn't work well because I couldn't hear who I was talking to and ended taking it off and holding it closer to my ear. The big issue for me was I needed headphones that came in various sizes because I am one of those folks with small ear canals and also can't stand the over the ear type because the darn things get caught up in my hair upon removal. These work great! I read the reviews on some other headphones. This model has the raised section in the middle of the volume up down buttons so you can feel it without looking down very nice! I don't use them to listen to music while I am driving but rather just have it plugged in just in case. Holding down the center button allows voice dialing so that is a big plus! The small size ear buds fit nice in my ear and don't come loose. I keep them in my car mostly but do use them when I go to the gym. I've used them when I go for walks on my lunch break and they are very comfortable. I can't believe I've waited so long to invest in headphones! My hands are freed up making it much easier to walk, jog, drive with. I haven't taking the time to figure out the basic controls yet where is that darn piece of paper with those shortcuts . arrg! Anyway, it's pretty simple but I can't comment on how to flip through playlists on my iPhone. Pressing the center button just starts music playing. Pressing volume up/down does just that. I'm guessing hitting the center button again with change songs but it just paused it. Anyway, this is not a biggie to me because I bought these for talking on the phone during my sad drive to work every day. Hope someone can get some use out of this review. Basically, these aren't crappy, cheap headphones and they pretty much do what they should.


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