A Culinary Choreography via Dancing Delicacies:
Shaping the Future of Interactive Food
Call for Participation in Research Study on Interactive Food
Exertion Games Lab, Monash University, is delighted to invite passionate professionals and enthusiasts to participate in an innovative "Interactive Food" study event. This unique project merges culinary arts with emerging technologies, offering an opportunity to redefine dining experiences in the hospitality industry.
Roles and Requirements:
As a participating chef, you will collaborate with our researchers to create a unique dish employing our novel design system, "Dancing Delicacies." Your culinary skills and creativity will be instrumental in presenting a dish that combines culinary artistry with technological innovation.
Co-creation Session (50 minutes): Collaborate with our researchers using the "Dancing Delicacies" system to design an innovative dish.
Dining Experience Session (60 minutes): Serve the collaboratively designed dish to our guest diners.
As a diner, you will be treated to an immersive dining experience. You will have the chance to taste a dish that reimagines the traditional dining experience by combining culinary arts and technology.
Dining Experience Session (60 minutes): Enjoy the collaboratively designed dish and share your feedback.
Exertion Games Lab,
Building 74, 8 Scenic Boulevard,
Clayton VIC 3168
Parking is available at the lab.
This is a ground-breaking opportunity to be part of a culinary journey that merges tradition with innovation. We look forward to your participation in this pioneering project. Please respond with your availability and any questions you may have. We are excited at the prospect of collaborating on this innovative culinary journey. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the system:
Dancing Delicacies is an interactive food system which can enable a dish to dynamically regulate its own flavour combinations and visual presentations in real-time. The system utilises electrowetting technology (the manipulation of small volumes of liquid by altering its interfacial contact angle through an applied electric field) to control the movements of food droplets. The system works with a programming tool which allows food makers to design their own dancing delicacies creatively by setting up the movement of food items. The diners are able to engage with the dish interactively according to how the dishes were designed.
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