Feel the Movies (Like When Jackie Chan Kicks You in the Chest)

Feel the Movies (Like When Jackie Chan Kicks You in the Chest)
technology
Orli Sharaby
  • 23 march 2009

The movies aren’t usually considered a sensory experience, despite several historical attempts at scented cinema dating back to 1916. But soon you may be able to actually feel what’s going on in the movies – perhaps a Michael Bay explosion or an Angelina Jolie drop kick…or even better, to experience a real emotional reaction based not just on what you’re seeing in a movie, but on on actual physical stimulus.

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