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Multisensory Restaurant Incorporates Live Projection, Music & Tailored Scents [Video]

Multisensory Restaurant Incorporates Live Projection, Music & Tailored Scents [Video]
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Ultraviolet by Chef Paul Pairet incorporates thematic video and perfumed air into his dining experience.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 16 may 2013

Shanghai-based international chef Paul Pairet has recently opened a 10-seat restaurant that lets its guests experience dining with sounds, smells, music, and projections. Ultraviolet is a multi-sensory restaurant that combines exquisite and top quality cuisine and advanced technology.

The restaurant is set up with 56 speakers, a wind turbine, and visual and smell projectors–all designed to make the guests really feel and experience the twenty course menu that the restaurant offers. For example, a meal of fish and chips comes with music by the Beatles in the background and a projection of the British flag.

Check out the video below to see what Ultraviolet is all about.

Ultraviolet

 

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