Now, you can send `scented` text messages to your loved ones
Washington: Harvard engineering professor David Edwards has invented a new device along with his former student, Rachel Field, that can send `aromas` through mobile messages.
Paris-based Vapor Communications, the startup behind the scent-based messaging system, launched an Indiegogo campaign for the setup.
The device called oPhone DUO, consists of small cartridges called oChips, which are similar to ink cartridges but for scents, which help in the transfer of scent-based messages between two oPhones, CNet reported.
People can use the free iPhone app oSnap to click a picture their food, and choose from the app`s combination of more than 300,000 aroma to capture your scent, and send the message through "oNote" app.
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