SensaBubble is a multi-sensory display system, which can project images and release smells.

SensaBubble is a multi-sensory display system that can project images onto soap bubbles and release scents from them. This invention is set to be unveiled at the ACM CHI 2014 international conference later this month, and the technology could have applications in gaming, education and advertising.

Developed by a team from the University of Bristol’s Department of Computer Science, led by Professor Sriram Subramanian, the system generates scented bubbles to deliver information to people using different senses.

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