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« on: 10-10-2004 15:41 »

How does smell-o-vision work? do you smell stuff.. then you see it?

Starship Captain
« Reply #1 on: 10-10-2004 15:45 »

You can smell whatever appears on your viewing monitor.

Bending Unit
« Reply #2 on: 10-10-2004 16:12 »

When certain aromatic items are shown, like flowers or food, a synthetic generator concocts up the smell from chemicals stored in its processor, then projects it through a special receiver to the home audience.

For example:  when Elzar is whipping up a batch of Neptunian Gumbo, a signal is sent through the broadcast to the Smell-o-vision generator, which then simulates that particular smell and sends it to the viewer, thus increasing the advertising value.

Bending Unit
« Reply #3 on: 10-10-2004 16:34 »

^^ thats a great post   :)
Hedonism Bot

Bending Unit
« Reply #4 on: 10-11-2004 10:36 »

ABPOG would be great.

Urban Legend
« Reply #5 on: 10-11-2004 12:01 »

I'm assuming there must be some little LCD screen or something that identifies the smell with an object. I mean, how could you smell Letters to the Editor and somehow know what it was? The smelloscope probably makes that correlation for you.
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