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21. Re: More Big Picture Details Jan 9, 2013, 11:57 HorrorScope
 
So you are telling me there is a device that can produce many smells on demand (they say 30,000)? Why not have that now in a domestic product and allow us to pick what we want? Strawberries, lavender, vanilla, chocolate, bbq, tomato sauce, cigar... rubber burning, hot tar, garbage.

I mean, if this thing can do it, it is viable well well beyond games, in fact games would be limiting it greatly.

So because of that simple logic.... (Reminds me of Milo and the scanner. Pete the Liar, waves a page in front of Kinect, it instantly is in game and Milo reads from it. Screw games, the rest of the world needs that amazing scanner.) because of that simple logic, I don't believe this, unless it's embarrassingly limited.

This doesn't seem to pass my smell test. That said, I won't say it's impossible, just that they then aren't targeting a much bigger audience called everyone living everyday life.
 
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