The state-of-the-art technology in question, is called aroma shooter, was unveiled at CES 2023 by Japan-based developer AromaJoin. Aroma Shooter “can digitize smells and create a new communication channel in the same family of text, images and audio.” If you didn’t attend CES, don’t worry, you can watch their demo video below:
Products like the Smell-O-Edition are nothing new in the entertainment medium. If you’re a millennial like me, you’ve experienced 4D hacks for 2003 theatrical release Rugrats Go Wild Which was the wild thornberries, Instead of scratching up a scroll of scented paper while watching a movie, though, the Aroma Shooter… well, shoots scent in your face.
The Aroma Shooter involves the use of two pieces of technology: the shooter itself and the aroma cartridge. Instead of using oils or mists, the Fragrance Cartridge is a solid-state device that can apparently “switch between scents in 0.1 seconds and mix permutations of scents instantly without any sensation.” When combined with an odor trigger, a device that pc gamer Described as a wireless device that sucks in air and produces a scent by shooting it up your nose, you get some sniffable mids.
As shown in the video above, users can program the Aroma Shooter’s 100+ scents to shoot scents into the pores of their face in sync like a TV show, VR game or anime. best quintet hey Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, For the curious, QQ’s exclusive scents are cherry blossom, grapefruit and peach. The Edgerunners demo clip showed notes of smoke, caramel, coffee and clove buds. Chances are they’re still figuring out what the smell is cyberpsychosis, You can even create your own fine-grained viewing experience by linking to YouTube videos with the software and marking timecode if it’s up to technical snuff.
While I think the technology is impressive in passing, I’m not quite sold on its daily practical use. While the idea of setting the Aroma Shooter to its maximum capacity to bombard my apartment with delicious food from any Studio Ghibli movie is tempting, I can’t see myself using this ridiculously expensive device. I’m a lazy person but if there ever comes a day when Los Chips Neuralink de Elon Musk Take it off and the smell of my childhood memories will disappear, then we will talk.
And here comes the kicker: The Aroma Shooter 2, packaged with six scent cartridges, will set you back $998. If you have enough disposable income to need more individual cartridges, each cartridge will cost you $54. Aromajoin is also currently working on crowdfunding a VR/AR accessory for its scent device.