Again, I say Smell-O-Vision.. It's been done.
It has. And it flopped.Vanadium 50 said:Again, I say Smell-O-Vision.. It's been done.
Just what every blind video gamer needs.Algr said:I wonder if you could make a video game controller where the button could communicate a braille letter indicating what tool that button activates at the moment.
Pretty sure I saw something on a cable show called strange sex about this. Not sure about ALL the senses, but the important ones were covered.anorlunda said:Invent porn VR involving all the senses and you'll make billions.
Why? I mentioned it in the first post. (Though not by name.)Vanadium 50 said:Again, I say Smell-O-Vision..
The mechanism was too complex and took the viewers out of the movie. There would have to be something strapped under your nose like supplemental oxygen.DaveC426913 said:One might re-interpret the OP's question to be: why did it not become popular?