Nokia Scentsory Mobile Phone Concept by Kimberly Hu – Scentsory is a mobile connection device that works with the senses of smell, sight, hearing along with touch, giving consumers the ability to experience distant communication on multi-sensory quantities. With the development of Scentsory, remote control interfacing will become more biochimically natural. The future of cell communication is ready to be a part of rich, multi-layered, multi-sensory experiences. Together with basic audiovisual features, Scentsory is able to detect, transmit and also emit smells. Additionally, it may radiate colours, lighting, and temperature in the caller’s environment.
Smell, the most evocative of the senses, could unconsciously trigger whole memories, complete with deep-rooted connected emotions. The average individual is able to recognise roughly 10,000 various odours. Over time, odour-memory stays as other memories fade. People recall smells with 65% accuracy after a year, although visual recollection associated with photographs sinks to about 50% after only three months.Nanotechnology plays a key position in the development of this specific new device. Using highly sophisticated detectors, the electronic ?nasal area? samples the odour of the caller?utes environs and directs this to the recipient electronically. Scientists have found that a distinct innate pattern is associated with every single odour, so it is simply a matter of matching electric powered harmonics with gene activity. By doing this, the perception of the smell by electrical stimulation could be highly induced. When the telephone is in ?flat function? (opened flat), your LED touchpad, 2 screens and stereo audio speakers for audiovisual phone calls are accessible. (Wireless ?headphones? are available.) In ?wide open mode?, two displays with a hidden camera and stereo speakers, interior scent alarms, emitter and exterior temperature sensors are revealed. In ?closed function?, the phone?s slim profile befits traditional voice calls. The actual LED screen around the lower folding surface area alerts the user to be able to incoming calls.