Sometimes it’s hard to sense more about the products we’re checking out on our computer, aside from the usual audio and visual cues that we get. The folks over at CD&I want to improve on that, with their Sense concept. This wireless device aims to offer “more emotional connection between users and experiences”. Users will be able to experience haptic, thermal and olfactory sensations when indulging in games, shopping online, thanks to the flavor-ink printed output. The device will support half a dozen flavor cartridges, allowing the device to mimic basic flavor types, such as bitterness, sweetness and saltiness. Of course, you wonder whether you’d want to pay for “flavor cartridges”, which might end up becoming just as irritating as buying/refilling ink cartridges for your printer.
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