Smell is one of the last human senses to be conquered by machines, with human noses still assessing and testing a wide range of products such as tea, perfume and body odour. French firm Aryballe Technologies are smell specialists with their new NeOse Pro, which aims to bring consistency to the market. Todd sees the end for Q Graders....
Aryballe's NeOse Pro brings objective analysis to the identification and measurement of odours and smells. The NeOse Pro isn't designed to suggest what's a good smell or a bad one, but rather that a standard for a smell has been met. This could be for quality control purposes in a fragrance or to detect fruit ripeness. There's a wide range of opportunities in food, beauty, medical and manufacturing. New car smell anyone?
The NeOse Pro is intended for commercial uses so the hand-held unit won't be on the shelves of stores anytime soon. Businesses will need around $10,000 to get their hands on the device.
Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central.
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