smell

  • Le Laboratoire’s Ophone Is A Smartphone For The Nose That Knows

    Le Laboratoire’s Ophone Is A Smartphone For The Nose That Knows

    Can you smell a symphony? If Le Laboratoire has its way, you soon will. The contemporary art and design sensor founded by academic and scientists David Edwards in 2007 was at Wired’s 2013 event in London this week, showing their latest creation: an olfactory experience unlike any other, delivered digitally like an email or instant message. Read More

  • i-Aroma: Japan wants to add fragrances to the web experience

    Releasing odors in movie theaters to enhance the viewing experience is an idea that’s been around for decades now. Now NTT Communications, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japan’s telecommunications behemoth NTT, takes the idea to another level: The company today announced the development of a “fragrance communication” system that makes it possible to send smells over the web. Read More