Users may Soon be Able to Smell Twitter Notifications

by Kathy Jones on  April 27, 2014 at 4:23 PM Lifestyle News
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It is being reported that a futuristic system, called Sensabubble, could alert you for Twitter notifications with little scented bubbles.

According to CNET, Sensabubble is a system that allows colors, text, and icons to be projected on bubbles that are filled with scented fog.
 Users may Soon be Able to Smell Twitter Notifications
Users may Soon be Able to Smell Twitter Notifications

Sriram Subramanian, professor of human-computer Interaction in the University of Bristol Interaction and Graphics group has made a prototype of Sensabubble, for Twitter notifications, but the model is not portable.

Subramanian explains possible usage of the device in museums, advertising, alarm clocks or education.

Source: ANI

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