the possibilities of recording and sending full range of perceptions.
untill now there was the
hugshirt ( is a shirt that allows people to exchange the physical sensation of a hug over distance)
emosive ( is a new service for mobile devices which allows capturing, storing and sharing of fleeting emotional experiences.)
always wondered if they are going to invent something that would send smells and tastes for making the range close to complete.

wellllllll.....the newscientist informs that :
"Engineers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan are building an odour recorder capable of doing just that. Simply point the gadget at a freshly baked cookie, for example, and it will analyse its odour and reproduce it for you using a host of non-toxic chemicals."

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