While searching the web to locate technologies for generating vapors, I ran across this website:
Basically, an inkjet printer nozzle is used to dispense tiny amounts of liquids which are then vaporized and presented to a person's nose via a mask or directly into the air. The webpage goes on to suggest that a retail kiosk could be developed with the capability to create a custom perfume on the spot, and then spray it at the prospective customer for him to evaluate.
No, I don't think it would ever replace a perfumer, but wouldn't it be fun to play around with?
Last edited by Snafoo; 7th December 2007 at 04:36 PM.
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