Levitating food could be a thing of the future

Scientists have been experimenting with food for a long time. And the latest turn in those experiments could gift us levitating food.

According to a recent study, the scientists at the University of Sussex have reached a conclusion that high-frequency sound waves can be tuned in such a way to make food items float. They also claim that doing so can even make the food taste sweeter.

The major obstacle, however, is that the size of the food cannot exceed that of a pea. This might sound like a big turn-off but in the future, we never know.