Recent multisensory posts

Multisensory

Learning to Play Music May Improve Multisensory Processing, Reduce Depression | Lab Manager

ISTOCK, ALEKSANDARGEORGIEV According to a small study published in Scientific Reports, learning to play the piano can…
Experiential

What Is Experiential Dining? Everything You Need to Know About the Trend | Paste

Experiential dining isn’t anything new, but it is among the top food trends for 2023.…
Art

François Chartier | Une expérience olfactive autour de la Rosa de Riopelle | La Presse

PHOTO ALAIN ROBERGE, LA PRESSE. L’œnologue François Chartier Œnologue réputé grâce à sa science aromatique…
Art
Aromas Designed by François Chartier: Smell Riopelle at the Museum of Fine Arts | The Bobr Times
Augmented + virtual reality
Study: New VR sensory room reduces anxiety in people with intellectual disability | MobiHealthNews
Health
Sensory design: transform patient experience | Dentistry
Augmented + virtual reality
‘Thinking about beauty in a new way’: How brands are pursuing multi-sensory strategies in the digital world | Cosmetic Design
Multisensory
Where do you rank smell in the hierarchy of senses? | The Irish Times
Augmented + virtual reality
Osaka startup develops smart scent system, aims for immersive aromatic VR experience
Entertainment
Aroma Shooter Let’s You Smell Smell Games, Movies, Anime, and More | Hypebeast
Health
Does bimodal visual-olfactory training with patient-preferred scents improve olfaction in individuals with COVID-19 postviral olfactory loss? | News-medical.net
Entertainment
This London restaurant takes multi-sensory dining to the next level | Stylist

Recent projects

All memorable experiences are multisensory

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The multisensory gap existing between Mother nature & man-made experiences is becoming smaller by the day

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Smell is perhaps the sense which is least harnessed by marketers, yet it is the only one which is directly hard-wired to our brains, with no transformation of the olfactory signal (scent) taking place on the way to the brain. This is why smell is particularly evocative and capable of triggering such strong emotions and memories.

RW Connect - Making Sense of Emotions - 30th September, 2014

I use colours to compose music