Thursday, 21 July 2016 20:49

DOS Demonstrations 2014


 Digital Olfaction with Computer Controlled Odor Blender

Naohiko Maruyama, ONO-DENKI CO.,LTD.
Yuji Nozaki, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

In this demonstration, reality of an ordinary demo movie is enhanced by introducing scents using a computer controlled odor blender.

Being quite easy to manipulate, this odor blender is suitable for making your own contents.


Cross-modal effect on scent and music

Masaaki Iseki & Takamichi Nakamoto

Precision and Intelligence Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

An user is requested to find a music appropriate for a specified scent. We expect that people can feel the cross modal effect according to the scent and musical harmony.

 Smelling Screen: Generating Spatial Odor Distribution as if an Odor Source Had Been Placed onto an LCD Monitor Screen

Haruka Matsukura & Hiroshi Ishida

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan


The smelling screen is an olfactory display system that generates a localized odor distribution in front of an LCD monitor screen. The odor distribution is as if an odor source had been placed onto the screen, which leads the user to perceive the odor as emanating from a specific region of the screen. You can experience realistic changes in the intensity of a peach smell when you move your head to sniff at various locations on the screen.



 Aroma Shooter - Instantaneous Scent-Switching Aroma Ejector

Dong Wook Kim & Yasui Aiko
Aromajoin Corporation, Japan


Aroma shooter, which employs a gas ejection method, has much less lingering scent than systems applying liquid spray methods. Furthermore, by pinpointing the face with directional scent, it can instantaneously switch the aroma to be synchronized with video and sound.

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