pf

SensoryCo Releases Scent Generator Technology

Contact Author
Close
Fill out my online form.

The SmX-M offers a self-contained scent generator that delivers aromas through small format tubing to target areas up to 10 feet away.

SensoryCo has released the SmX-M Scent Generator to enhance its existing product line with an innovative solution that addresses the need for close-proximity scent interactions for training simulators, themed attractions, kiosks, exhibits, VR/AR and small experiential spaces.

Related: What’s New in CBD-Infused Fragrances

The SmX-M offers a self-contained scent generator that delivers aromas through small format tubing to target areas up to 10 feet away. Connecting scent technology with automated program controls, the SmX-M allows for easy integration with pushbuttons, motion or proximity switches, A/V, simulator, show or production control systems that activate the internal air source to distribute scents.

The SmX-M operates in conjunction with SensoryCo’s magnetic snap scent cartridges, allowing for the replacement of expired scents. Clients may choose from SensoryCo’s library of scents, opening up endless possibilities for exploring new scent applications.

Bryan Roe, president and CEO of SensoryCo, said, “The SmX-M Scent Generator is the result of continued research and development focused on meeting the needs of training professionals, set designers, experiential marketing professionals and production integrators seeking an alternative to traditional ambient scenting systems. The SmX-M provides a solution to deliver scent exactly where you want it; within close proximity to the participant. Whether it is for a museum kiosk, a VR/AR experience or a military simulator, the scent is delivered in ‘doses’ that are pre-set in the system by release time and flow level or governed by customer controls. The SmX-M Scent Generator is a self-contained unit that doesn’t require a centralized air compressor and gives integrators flexibility in incorporating the system into their projects due its small form.”

Interview to come!

Want to know everything going on in flavor & fragrance? Sign up for P&F+'s newsletter. You can also follow along on Instagram and LinkedIn.