Smell Your Tweets: Web Device Creates Scent-Based Notifications

Smell Your Tweets: Web Device Creates Scent-Based Notifications

Internet comes in, smell comes out. A new web-connected robot turns attention-demanding notifications into passive scents.

Kyle Studstill
  • 2 november 2011

Olly is a a web-connected device from Mint Digital that takes notification data from services like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, and turns them into real-world scents. A removable panel for oils and liquids allows for any scent to be triggered, and a stackable form allows for multiple services to be connected to multiple Ollys.

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