How VR Changes the Way We Eat

Published 15 January 2018, 11:52

Virtual reality is being used throughout trendsetting restaurants to offer a unique dining experience in the hope of capturing younger people.

By adding VR to the menu, this restaurant is able to collect very high bills not only for food but also experience. Like Sublimotion, which opened its doors in 2014 in Spain, and is considered one of the most expensive in the world at a price of around $ 2,000 per plate.

In Sublimotion, VR is used to elevate gastronomy and elements of food performance and dining experience. Experience and menu changes, but guests wear headsets to watch their food come in and they can even see nutritional information about their food in real time.

At Rex Mad in Philadelphia, instead of VR helping to make food into flies, it's good to let visitors fly - or feel like flying.

Post-apocalyptic themed restaurants such as Mad Max movies and comics. Guests can use VR to fly (and crash) virtual airplanes and "survive" by drinking food from the infusion bag and cooking the meat on hot black stones.

VR has the ability to transform not only the tasting experience but the overall space and environment. But other restaurants and cafes also provide spaces where people can use VR, especially considering the cost of owning and maintaining the technology.

VREI and other VR cafes have sprung up around the room as a gathering place for friends playing coffee and playing VR games. Although the concept is not new, arcade and cyber cafes have been around for years offering similar experiences, now technology has seen an update.

VR has the ability to change everything about our lives, including how we meet and eat. These are just a few examples of what might come.

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