Remind me not to use that kit to phone any pig farmers or to call the effluent engineer at the local water company!
Would you like to come home to the rich smell of a beef dinner roasting? Or be woken up with the whiff of freshly cut grass? Both could soon be possible, provided the upcoming trial of a odour-outputting mobile phone rig doesn’t get up Japanese consumers' noses. NTT_smell_pic1 NTT's Mobile Fragrance Communication kit: …
Come on, this is from the country that sells (or used to) used panties in vending machines.
Yes, whatever kinky scent your westernized brain can image, and dozens more that you wouldn't ever think of, will be sold in the little sex shops that abound in certain sections of Tokyo...
I'd prefer the Wasp T-10 Speechtool's thermotones, although I have heard that you can't use them in either Central London or Hull, due to interference from the London Aquarium and the Deep causing the anti-shark action to go haywire.
The inclusion of every known integer on the keypad is nice though.
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