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Monday, May 2, 2016

The oPhone And Cyrano: Can Your Phone Smell?

Will Smell Ever Come to Smartphones?

Nicola Twilley | April 27, 2016

Two years ago, at the American Museum of Natural History, in New York, I witnessed David Edwards receive what he claimed was the world’s first transatlantic scent message—a soup├žon of champagne and passion-fruit macarons, dispatched from Paris by the perfumer Christophe Laudamiel. Edwards is a biomedical engineer by training and a serial inventor by trade; among his creations are Le Whif, a delivery system for inhalable chocolate, and WikiPearl, a form of edible packaging for frozen yogurt and other foods. Laudamiel’s message was the first public demonstration of Edwards’s latest venture, Vapor Communications, and its first prototype, the oPhone. 

"oPhone Lets You Send Smells Digitally To Your Friends" Source:
"Cyrano lets you smell what's on your iPhone" (April 30, 2016) Source:

<more at; related articles and links: (oPhone Lets You Send Smells Digitally To Your Friends. June 17, 2014) and (Vapor Communications Launches Cyrano, a Digital Scent Speaker and Mood Modification Platform. Revolutionary Connected Device Allows Consumers to Create, Modify and Share Personal Scent Medleys. Storytelling and Wellness Potential Expected to Impact Health, Entertainment, Automobile and Various Other Industries. April 27, 2016)>

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