The Scent Collar, developed by Jacquelyn Ford Morie while at USC’s Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) in collaboration with Anthrotronix, Inc., was first featured at the SIGGRAPH 2004 Cyber Fashion Show with the tag line: The Ultimate in Cyber Diva Chic Couture. It provides the sense of smell by way of an innovative, lightweight and fashionable wearable design. A patent was awarded in 2009.
"Common Senses", an original aural and visual concept by Martin Espino, explores the 5 Senses by performing ambient and groove oriented music along with Video Digital Artist, William Almas and Cinematographer, Ivan Cordeiro. The three artists will interpret the senses around Eating and Food, of Taste and Smell and also incorporate the Sounds of various restaurants, local eateries, chefs. The artists seek to use all of the other sense, through their performance, to inspire cravings for food. PUMP Patrons are invited to participate on instruments provided by the artists.
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