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Olfacio: First Smell Recognition App for iPad

10
Mar
2014

Weve already had our noses on the buttery Poptopia iPhone game, and this time we followed the scent of Olfacio, a free iPad app based on floral fragrances. Olfacio, which is Latin for smell, is an app based on creating your own flower inspired by the work of Belgian artist Peter De Cupere. To get started, you pick one of 10 scratch and sniff cards (available in a pack for 15 euros), including the mint-scented Laurus Flores and the more fruity Rubus Idaeus. You then place your two flowers of choice inside Olfacios on-screen odor incubator, which will display an image of each plant after youve placed its respective card on your iPads display.

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