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British Council showcases British innovations in Thailand

Tanakorn Sangiam

 

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BANGKOK (NNT) - Interesting innovations from the UK are being showcased in Thailand, including a sensory testing room for food evaluation and eye tracking glasses to understand human behavior. They are now on display for interested persons in Thailand to inspect.

 

This is a sensory testing room designed to evaluate the visual, taste, and smell of food according to a food sensory standard from the UK. This room is one of many innovations showcased in a Thai roadshow by the British Council.

 

The room is designed to be completely sealed from outside distractions which may affect food evaluation. Testers, who will be testing food in this room, will have to follow instructions in a questionnaire that can detect the tester’s perception of the food.

 

Another innovative highlight is eye tracking glasses, a device invented to learn more about human vision and reaction to computers and other objects.

 

The glasses can detect what the wearer is looking at and focusing on, allowing for deeper analysis of human behavior. The device can also detect subconscious-level reactions, tracking data accuracy, and analyzing eye viewing ability in real time.

 

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Don’t get me wrong, love the Brits.  But didn’t care for their legal system America adopted.  Potential lifetime alimony forced me to find a new life here.  Oh well, found a much better lady here...

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The eye tracking glasses are old hat.

I saw them on Top Gear donks back when Clarkemy Jericson was using them to track what people were looking at whilst driving.

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3 hours ago, JASON THAI said:

They need to invent something that will sort out bexit 5555

They have and its called an election. If that fails the country will be torn apart then we will see what the EU army is all about and we will have war again. 

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Yep same old same old twisted taking a pop at the UK and expats being some sort of pervert sitting on a bar stool. Either you are green with envy or you think so lowley of Thai women for looking for a good boyfriend/husband who will love and treat them well. You do not realise Thai women look for the same in Thai men and quite often after their harts have been broken. Anyway take the chip off your shoulder as most expats that marry Thai women are very happy and still married 10~20+ years down the road. Myself we have been together for 15 years and married 13 years with 2 children. Take your mind out of the gutter. Sad but most of those innovations will be stolen by China and copy copy by Thailand with a few claiming it was their invention in a year or so time. 

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11 hours ago, Moonlover said:

Glad to see that the UK is still innovative. The country that heralded in the industrial age still has what it takes to have influence in the world.

You obviously know nothing about the council. The BKK branch of this franchise was a notorious hotbed of extreme feminist and l*****n politics. Through out the world it has a reputation for being a gay recruiting ground. It is notorious for it's extreme political correctness of the most crass style.

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Yes, doing so well sorting Brexit. Masters of innovation.

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12 hours ago, fruitman said:

By selling crisps and biscuits? When i hear the word UK i can only think of.......Andrew...

we did invent the wide world web of course, I wonder if that will catch on?

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