- A Japanese professor at Meiji University in Tokyo developed an interactive lickable screen allowing viewers to taste what they see on TV.
- The “Taste the TV” prototype contains flavor canisters that spray across the surface of the screen, recreating the specific taste profile.
- A video demonstration shows how the device recreates a range of flavors, including sweet chocolate, wine and ramen.
Professor Homei Miyashita of Meiji University in Tokyo has developed a prototype lickable screen that allows users to taste what’s on their screen.
Miyashita and a team of 30 students developed the “Taste the TV” (TTTV) project over the course of the past year.
Katherine Creag, a Filipino American reporter for WNBC’s “Today In New York,” has passed away suddenly at the age of 47.
Creag’s network confirmed her death on Feb. 11, but WNBC has yet to release the cause, stating the reporter had not been ill and was last seen working the morning of Feb. 10, according to NBC New York.
A series adaptation of Min Jin Lee’s 2007 debut novel “Free Food for Millionaires” is currently in development exclusively for Netflix.
The novel, which made several best-of lists after it was first released, explores New York City in the 1990s from a unique Asian American perspective.
Daniel Dae Kim has landed his first-ever lead role in “The Hot Zone: Anthrax,” the second installment in National Geographic’s disease-centric anthology series.
Hardly the biggest news given what’s going on in the world today, But after 31 years of working in TV, this is my first series lead. https://t.co/Z6IuoWL0f7
Netflix’s “Daredevil” actor Peter Shinkoda alleged that the pay he received playing crime boss Nobu Yoshioka was ridiculously low.
Less than what extras make: Shinkoda took to Twitter to break down how much he reportedly earned while starring in nine episodes across two seasons of the popular superhero series, according to CBR.
During a livestream hangout in a bid to save the popular “Daredevil” series, actor Peter Shinkoda called out Marvel Television chief Jeph Loeb for alleged anti-Asian statements.
“Fresh Off The Boat” and “Always Be My Maybe” star, Randall Park, has been tapped to co-host a hybrid alternative-scripted series called “True Story.”
Park will be joined by “The Office” and “The Hangover” star Ed Helms in the comedic series, according to Deadline.
Several branches of the Chinese government are distributing over 620,000 television sets to poor households in China so they can watch the National Day parade next week.
The Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, the office of the Central Commission for Guiding Ethics and Cultural Progress, the National Radio and Television Administration and China Media Group are distributing the 32-inch LCD TVs to poor areas in 24 provincial-level regions, according to Xinhuanet.
Daniel Dae Kim is not only an actor but also serves as producer and director for his company 3AD, which recently signed a first-look deal with Amazon Studios.
Netflix will release a “Ghost in the Shell” anime in 2020.
In an announcement on Twitter, the entertainment service revealed that the new anime will be titled “Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045.”
ABC is developing a legal drama which is set to star an Asian male lead, according to a Deadline exclusive.
The drama, set to be titled “Exhibit A,” will be produced by Daniel Dae Kim. The show is being developed for ABC alongside his 3AD production company, including Rina Brannen, a former UTA agent who is now head of development at 3AD.