A Japanese company has created an iPhone peripheral that will allow you to send smells to your friends.
Take a big whiff! You may some day be smelling, as well as seeing, all the action on your TV set thanks to a smelling screen developed by Japanese researchers.
Bonkers print-it-yourself smell-o-box lets you smell what you're browsing. This could be dangerous.
Odor pixels are poised to take Smell-O-Vision to the next level with a smell-generating component for TVs and cell phones under development at UC San Diego. Hopefully it will block those decaying-corpse smells from police dramas.
Scent-emitting LCD Display System developed by NTT Communications surfaces in Japanese mall. Entices passers-by with coupons, large screen TV, and smell.
Crave gets excited about aroma phones, adult-size baby-bouncers, and a real-life Halo suit for the military. Then, it's off to the disco with some champagne.
The weekly vodcast from Crave
This week, we attempted liftoff in the Hoverbike, got caught lying to an ATM, and whiffed the possibilities of TVs with Smell-O-Vision.
Donald and Eric discuss the future of smell-o-vision, and imagine the nerdly aroma of E3 2011 where Nintendo announces the Wii U gaming console.
CNET's Declan McCullagh reports that Google's access point sniffing ways may also be slurping up Mac address information on mobile phones and laptops ... and can be used to track your information. This is sewious. Also, Pandora's IPO is bubblicious, we go deep inside the psychology of Apple's retail experience, and smell-o-vision coming to a TV near you. Geez, Tong, what are you eating!?