First Transatlantic 'Scent Message' Sent From Paris To NYC
The creators of oPhone delivered the aroma of French delicacies from Paris to New York City using their new scent-transmitting technology.By Jay Strubberg | June 18, 2014
We all know with smartphones you can share images and videos from anywhere in the world. (Via Flickr / dvpfagan)
But what if, in addition to sight and sound, you could share the aroma of freshly-brewed coffee, the smell of a tender and juicy steak or maybe the fragrance of a bouquet of flowers — or anything else that tickles the nostrils? (Via Flickr / waferboard, Jon Gales, Ronald Saunders)
Well, now you can. In a slightly different way. The creators of a new technology called "oPhone" sent the first ever transatlantic "scent message" from Paris to New York City containing — what else — some French delicacies. Here's how it works.