Smell & new narrative experience

Goldilocks and the Three Bears: The Smelly Version is just the first in a series of children’s classics that was on display at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York in 2015. Called Sensory Stories: An Exhibition of New Narrative Experiences, the exhibit featured technology that expands upon traditional story delivery methods and the way they play off the senses.

Like the oPhone, Goldilocks and the Three Bears: The Smelly Version is the brainchild of Edwards and one of his former students, 24-year-old Rachel Field, who co-founded the startup Vapor Communications in 2013. The book is just the first in a series of children’s classics that will become available for iPad later this year from Melcher Media, and which was on display at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York from April to July of this year. Called Sensory Stories: An Exhibition of New Narrative Experiences, the exhibit featured technology that expands upon traditional story delivery methods and the way they play off the senses.

Newsweek featuring this work also shares some of David Edwards further visions: oGames, oMenus, oMusic playlists.

Harvard’s David Edwards also talks to Nautilus about how ideas can change the world:  David Edwards (inventor of the oPhone), sits down with Gayil Nalls (interdisciplinary artist) to discuss innovation. Both are brilliant minds, working with scent. A worth reading piece.

The illustration is  not only part of the exhibit entitled ‘Goldilocks and The Three Bears: The Smelly Version’ for the world premiere of an aromatics story presented by oBooks but also fully  documented on Behance.

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