The Scent Science Corporation is currently working on a product called the ScentScape which will release the smells of videogaming into the air. When plugged into a gaming device, it'll use its internal scent wells to make gamers think they're actually in a game, through their noses. The device is first design for PC first and soon to be launch in consoles too.
Until now, no gaming company confirmed this new accessories but World of Warcraft is at the top of their list they want to apply this accessories that will be launch on last quarter of the year.
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The ScentScape has been demonstrated on the PC but SSC told MCV it'll also be compatible with other "major formats." It works through USB, and uses 20 scent wells contained in a cartridge that can apparently be swapped out between games. Users will also be able to attach scents to their home videos. It'll cost $70 in North America with cartridges priced at around $24. SSC also says it has a "next-gen product" that will presumably improve on the device within a year.
Looking forward for success with this new accessories hope they apply it too with dcuo cash and rift plat early next year.