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18 mars 2007 7 18 /03 /mars /2007 18:26
Takamichi Nakamoto from Tokyo Institute of Technology has invented a a device that can detect, record, digitize and then replicate any smell.


The 15 sensors of the machine analyze scents, record a recipe and convert  in digital format that can be used to store libraries of smell. It then can be reproduced  by mixing 96 chemical formulas.




Shopping for flowers online, or transmitting a smell trough a cell phone and sending it digitally to a receiver somewhere else in the world, watching a movie with recreating smells orf the environment, are some of the multiple application for the device.


Primarily the fragrance and flavour industries are the first showing interest in the technology. 
Emmanuel Facovi

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derick 15/12/2007 21:22

hello,this is a mind blowing developement--hopefully the field of ingredients will not be ploughed over to make way for commercial developement.lavender, roses etc