Friday, 1 April 2016

New Youtube Skill Thing!

Hi reader.

I don’t normally do these kinds of posts but would you believe it? In our world today where technology and cyberspace is taking hold on the real world, new breakthroughs happen now and again through different social networks and new technology and apps and gears come about for everyone to gasp in wonder about.

One of the social networks, and also a video-sharing website, YouTube, has made a breakthrough through videos and senses, allowing us viewers of videos to sense the smell of what’s happening in the video! It has taken six years for this to work, but we can finally use a shortcut on selected videos to smell, what is in the video!

All you have to do is this:
  1. Click here and it will take you to a recipe on how to make koko alaisa - special testing has been more successful with videos related to foods and cooking due to the aroma of food. Make the video go to full screen.
  2. Now I know what you’re thinking - I can’t smell anything! Well, just wait after it goes past the two minute mark.
  3. After the two minute mark, press your nose onto the screen, looking at the food.
  4. Type out “awesome” and see the magic.

It’s good to get this out, especially at the start of April! To try out another video, click here!

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