Japanese company 'Nomura,' has created the world's first jukebox juice maker.
This fancy device tracks the mood of a song and produces a juice with a flavor based on the mood of the song. The machine uses five flavors of juice assigned to various moods. Tunes with a more optimistic tone like pop songs will feature a sweeter flavor, whereas more moody music like jazz songs may have a more bitter flavor.
The creators of this device wanted to make an alternative way for consumers to experience music with their senses. By assigning flavors to moods, this jukebox juice maker is able to combine the tone of a song in endless combinations for a flavor experience unique to each song, ultimately creating an unforgettable, sensory experience.
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