This technology pertains to a system that can smell scents in its surroundings. It could determine what scents make up the smells at certain locations, or of foods or other types of scents, and can reproduce them. The system would have a lot of small canisters that are used to make various scents, like citrus and peppermint. The system would use a process to analyze small particles of scents in the environment, and compare them to various models to determine what the scents are made up of. It would essentially make up any scent based on a process of determining the ionization of air particles. The technology should be able to be non-nuclear.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Sensor and Sensory Systems (SSS)