During the last Smell Lab meet up (20th December) we had a wonderful session were we suggested possible game themes in order to team up in groups so we can make those games happen. During the Smell Lab #17 we will continue working and designing our games!
During this session we are going to get our hands dirty! We will work on the creation of a smell game. First, we will quickly share some examples (please if you know of any olfactory games examples bring yours or tell us about it) to later team up in groups. Each group will focus on a different aspect of the sense of smell (memory, movement, training, navigation...) and we will start developing...
We will start the session with a sound / scent experiment. How does sound affect our olfactory perception? Are different sounds changing how do we perceive a scent? The students that followed an olfactory project week course will show us what have they been up to and we will discus ideas and projects together.
During this session Ramina Puzicha will present us her project per se, a natural cosmetics brand inspired in nature. We will smell some of her product and we will have the possibility of learning how are they made.
Community session of the Smell Lab. For this edition of Smell Lab, Dimitri Cacouris will present a survey of current and emerging olfactory technologies, including electronic noses, scentography, and microencapsulation.