Everyone loves good food. But not everyone loves good food without using their 5 senses. In this era of the internet rising as the new media where people goes online for emails, news, blogs and music, the ears and the eyes feast on every moment but what about the sense of taste, smell and touch? Should they get ignored in the online world?
Well, the frustration is over. We're bringing your senses back. Ladies and gentlemen, let's welcome the 5senses.
What is food-street 5senses?
It's an attempt by food-street to create a virtual dining experience that is as real as possible. By interacting focally to human being's 5 senses: sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch, 5senses brings forth the indulgence of all the senses to simulate an experience like real dining.
Pamper your eyes with multiple shots of cuisines by various chefs' masterpiece. We move a step forward by providing 360° panoramic outlet-level views which allows you to feel as if you are seeing it for real. Think of what Google Street View does, we operate by displaying the photos that were previously taken by camera, and navigation is simply controlled by using the mouse to click on arrows displayed on the screen.
There are moments when you need serenity while fine dining, especially with your loved ones. We store millions of themes and songs of multiple genres from A-cappella to Zolo to pamper your soul. Likewise, we can also create the perfect atmosphere for your chill out time in the bar with pulsating music and lots of pomp-pomp!
The chemistry is to stimulate your "buds" on the tongue, and not make your stomach full and satisfied. It is a result of complex methodology to simulate the tastes of sweet, sour, bitter, spicy and salty. As soon as you chew, bite, slurp, devour or guzzle that delicacies, you'll know how good it is.
Challenge your nose with a great variety of scent and aroma we captured, experiment, and later release into the air. Adjust the level of molecules' saturation and it will excite your nose receptors stronger or less.
Ever think of cutting a tenderloin without the fork and knife, but with fingers swinging between 2 palms? You might think it's ridiculous and ending up with sticky and dirty hand. Well, you know the game here, try it out.
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