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Users may Soon be Able to Smell Twitter Notifications

by Kathy Jones on April 27, 2014 at 4:23 PM
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 Users may Soon be Able to Smell Twitter Notifications

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.

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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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