Magnetic Dining Table and Magnetic Foods

By Nur Ellyza Binti Abd Rahman*, Hamizah Anuar, Kevin Bielawski, Kasun Karunanayaka, Adrian David Cheok In our daily life, we use the basic five senses to see, touch, hear, taste and smell. By utilizing some of these senses concurrently, multisensory interfaces create immersive and playful experiences, and as a result, it is becoming a popular topic in the … Continue reading Magnetic Dining Table and Magnetic Foods