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Recent multisensory posts

Augmented + virtual reality

This virtual reality dining experience is trippy — and might be the future of restaurants | The Washington Post

A screenshot from the Aerobanquets RMX VR experience. (Mattia Casalegno/James Beard Foundation) The James Beard…
Augmented + virtual reality

Welcome to 2030: Are you ready for the internet of the senses? | ZDNet

We're closing out a decade soon, which means thoughts are bound to drift to what…
Multisensory

There’s a T-Shirt That Smells Like Bacon & You Can Buy It Right Now | Redtri

What’s better than the smell of bacon as it sizzles in a pan? Now you…
Branding
From KFC-scented firelogs to Taco Bell wrapping paper, why are this year’s food-related holiday promotions so bonkers? | National Post
Art
Museums making artworks touchable | ArtsHub Australia
Branding
KFC selling fried chicken fire logs this holiday season | 1010 WINS
Art
Out of sight – exhibition that explains cancer to blind and visually impaired | Mirage News
Augmented + virtual reality
Four Seasons Resort Oahu At Ko Olina And Sensync Partner To Introduce The World’s First Multi-Sensory Virtual Reality Wellness Experience | Hospitality.net
Health
Resident homes embrace multi-sensory spaces to help people with dementia | Yahoo
Health
Sensory troubles may yield key clues to autism’s origins | Spectrum | Autism Research News
Art
Beyond sight, colour can be felt, smelled and tasted, say experts who use art to explain the language of hues to the visually challenged | The New Indian Express
Art
‘Making Scents of Outer Space’ & ‘Birding the DoSeum’ | The DoSeum | Art | San Antonio Current

All memorable experiences are multisensory

LJWH

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

msensory

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