Send odors via email or text message with oPhone

On March 22, 2014, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

With development of technology we can send almost any information via internet, and since we’re talking about sending information, today we give you a device that will allow you to send odors over the internet.

oPhone is a Bluetooth odor emitting device that allows users to send smells to each other as a text or email. All that you have to do is to connect this device to your smartphone via Bluetooth and you can send “oNotes” or odors as a email, tweet or text message. Each oPhone unit comes with built-in oChips that can produce thousands of different scents. As for the scent, it covers range around six inches and the scent last for 20 to 30 seconds. This device sounds great, and creative team behind this unusual device consists of Harvard Professor David Edwards and two of his design students, Rachel Field and Amy Yin.

oPhone is not the first device of its kind, and as for the availability, we should see beta version of this device available at the end of the current year.

[via Gizmag]

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One Response to Send odors via email or text message with oPhone

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