Would you be willing to eat with Electric Chopsticks?
The answer might go either way, but the invention cannot be overlooked. The chopstick was invented by Nimesha Ranasinghe, who is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maine. And apart from helping us eat food, it also stimulates our taste buds for a better eating experience.
The idea is to impart different tastes externally. For example, too much salt is not good for humans. It can lead to blood pressure issues and other health hazards. But at the same time, it is hard to eat food without salt.
This is where the chopsticks come to play. Even if the food does not have salt in it, the chopstick will be able to provide you with the salty taste by stimulating the taste buds.
It doesn’t sound that bad now, does it?