VR has manipulated sight, sound, smell, touch — and now taste?

Virtual reality is being used all over by trendsetting restaurants to offer unique dining experiences with the hopes of luring younger crowds.

By adding VR to the menu, these restaurants are able to charge incredibly high bills not only for the food but also the experience. Like Sublimotion, which opened its doors 2014 in Spain, and is considered one of the most expensive in the world at about $2,000 a plate.

At Sublimotion, VR is used to elevate the gastronomy and the performance element of the food and the dining experience. The experiences and menu change, but guests wear a headset to watch their food fly in and they can even see the nutritional information about their meal in real time.

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