With Instagram spawning an army of amateur food photographers intent on sharing their best meals with the world, we're now used to salivating over our friends food pics wishing for a taste of their dishes.
But what about tweets? What if you could somehow taste twitter? This is what Ruben Vandervleuten with his Tasty Tweets machine.
The experiment in data visualization is a computer system linked up to a series of drink pumps.
Carrot, apple, blueberry and pineapple juice are all lined up and as people tweet using these words the glass is slowly filled.
For now at least, that's how you taste your tweets.
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