Digital smell interface
Published on Oct 22, 2016
Imagineering Institute Digital Smell Interface
Colors become smells with this synesthesia mask
Published on Nov 10, 2016
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This inventor created a way to put yourself in a synesthete's shoes by converting colors in the everyday world to corresponding odors.
Watch a moth drive a robot car
Published on Jan 3, 2017
"Watch this moth drive a scent-controlled car"A new study suggests that drug-sniffing dogs may soon have a competitor in the workplace: an insect-piloted robotic vehicle that could help scientists build better odor-tracking robots to find disaster victims, detect illicit drugs or explosives, and sense leaks of hazardous materials.
by Michael Price
January 3, 2017
How to master your sense of smell - Alexandra Horowitz
Published on Jan 9, 2017
Some perfumers can distinguish individual odors in a fragrance made of hundreds of scents; tea-experts have been known to sniff out the exact location of a particular tea; and the NYC Transit Authority once had a employee responsible only for sniffing out gas leaks. But can anyone learn to smell with the sensitivity of those experts? Alexandra Horowitz shares three simple steps to a better nose.
Lesson by Alexandra Horowitz, animation by Black Powder Design.
Introducing Google Nose
Published on Mar 31, 2013
1 April Fools' jokesWe're excited to announce our newest addition to Search: Google Nose. What do wet dogs smell like? Google Nose! How about victory? Google Nose! Try searching on Google for "wet dog" and explore other smells that people sniffed for, or visit google.com/nose to learn more. Happy smelling!