This wireless system drives the importance of the sense of smell in any audiovisual format to create an immersive and realistic environment in cinemas, Museums, trade events, among other applications.
Result of more than five years of research and development of Spanish technology, from software design to device manufacturing, Olorama Technology, created by the Valencian engineer Raúl Porcar, creates in the viewer a complete sensory immersion experience, effectively incorporating and combining smell with image and sound.
Each Olorama device is designed to reproduce up to twelve different scents in a movie theater, event, Etc. that last exactly the time necessary to allow a correct synchronization between what is happening on the screen and the smell that the viewer perceives (about a minute on average.
The true core of this hardware combination, software and essential oils for synchronizing odors with movie scenes realistically and evenly throughout the room, is a program that facilitates the wireless synchronization of the aroma diffusers with the different sequences of the film, as well as the manual activation of the different odors in real time through a tablet or smartphone.
The cartridges of each device can be changed easily and quickly, and offer around fifty emissions per cartridge. These are natural aromas, respectful with the environment and that comply with current regulations, free of allergies and toxic agents, to make the experience safe, nice and perfect.
This is what Raul Porcar points out.: "The secret is to use totally natural essences that disappear very quickly. These fragrances are incorporated into a dosing system equipped with a fan that regulates the range and intensity of the aroma". That's why, the company includes the pre-configured WiFi router to work with Olorama devices, as well as remote assistance and support in the installation and maintenance of the system.
The integration of Olorama in any audiovisual experience is also very simple, "as we provide the necessary code for Unity and Unreal, and the developer invests less than fifteen minutes in its set-up", underlines Porcar. Despite its short existence, different companies and institutions have already acquired several of these devices to experiment with them and put them to the test.
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