Brooklyn Children's Museum Sensory Room

Brooklyn Children's Museum Sensory Room

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Smells Like Art: Olfactory Art Exhibition in Madrid Explores Over 100 Years of Perfume-Making | Yatzer

Smells Like Art: Olfactory Art Exhibition in Madrid Explores Over 100 Years of Perfume-Making

Smells Like Art: Olfactory Art Exhibition in Madrid Explores Over 100 Years of Perfume-Making | Yatzer

ideas for bring taste to multi sensory environments...

ideas for bring taste to multi sensory environments...

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Eat, Drink And Be Scholarly: The Southern Food and Beverage Museum's new, permanent home in New Orleans is designed to help answer many questions — including "How does it taste?" in the new SoFAB, guests are not just allowed but encouraged to "get a Sazerac and walk around," Williams says. A skilled bartender will line your glass with absinthe or Herbsaint as the first step, and no navy-blazered gallery guard will ask you to leave your cocktail at the door.

A New Museum To Celebrate Southern Food (And You Can Eat The Exhibits)

Eat, Drink And Be Scholarly: The Southern Food and Beverage Museum's new, permanent home in New Orleans is designed to help answer many questions — including "How does it taste?" in the new SoFAB, guests are not just allowed but encouraged to "get a Sazerac and walk around," Williams says. A skilled bartender will line your glass with absinthe or Herbsaint as the first step, and no navy-blazered gallery guard will ask you to leave your cocktail at the door.

The Machine Project at the Hammer Museum.

The Machine Project at the Hammer Museum.

Futurists Stuart Candy and Jake Dunagan helped design this the display at the California Academy of Sciences, exploring the relationship between people, plastic, and the environment. How many museums let you drink the exhibit?

Plastic Pollution in the Water? Drink Up!

Futurists Stuart Candy and Jake Dunagan helped design this the display at the California Academy of Sciences, exploring the relationship between people, plastic, and the environment. How many museums let you drink the exhibit?

could be interesting for the timeline, ART+COM : 60 YEARS. 60 WORKS OF ART.

could be interesting for the timeline, ART+COM : 60 YEARS. 60 WORKS OF ART.

This is a successful example of interactive design using the sense of smell to evoke memories and experiences in the audience. The unique and rarely used sense of smell is what immediately captures audience's attention and is powerful in triggering memories in users. However it is limiting and unsuccessful in its use of only fragrances and not other scents from different sources that can be more useful and evocative to everyday people.

The First Major Museum Show to Focus on Smell

This is a successful example of interactive design using the sense of smell to evoke memories and experiences in the audience. The unique and rarely used sense of smell is what immediately captures audience's attention and is powerful in triggering memories in users. However it is limiting and unsuccessful in its use of only fragrances and not other scents from different sources that can be more useful and evocative to everyday people.

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