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Sent a scent over a smartphone SMS [Tech]
posted May 20 2013 20:43.07 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Seriously, we're moving into full VR. My kid will be playing LOL and when Gragas tosses his barrel, the room will smell wine and beer... In the meanwhile, this small device is an attachment for smartphones which enables scent to be "puffed" from smartphones.

For example, suppose you want to send a message to a friend via a social network, maybe because you know your friend is tired. You can use this to send a relaxing scent along with your message. You can also use it to add scent to the notification sound whenever you get a new e-mail. We also think this device could be used with games. It could have all kinds of applications, so for example, in a shooting game, shots could be accompanied by the smell of gunpowder


Speaking of LOL, i wonder what the room will smell like if Twitch appears...



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