After a series of heartbreaking losses, including much of my hearing, I felt totally disconnected from my body. Then I went out to eat.
"My orgasm looks and tastes something akin to dark chocolate.”
Design student Danli Hu adds touch to the list of senses you can experience virtually.
Music in shops is getting louder, says the 'Daily Mail,' but what other sorts of witchcraft are retailers using to make us impulse buy?
London's Tate Britain museum has created an immersive art experience which aims to stimulate all the senses, not just sight.
Chris Milk, Google Creative Labs, and more bring out the big guns to give us tomorrow's narrative experiences, today.
New research suggests that there's a connection between how things taste and what we're listening to when we eat them.
This Bluetooth-enabled atomizer is as close as smartphones get to "Smell-O-Vision" technology.
oSnap can send 300,000 possible scents. Brunch photos will be taken to a whole new level.
Artists Lundahl & Seitl cut off participants' senses while guiding them through art museums in this theater piece.
It’s time your senses got an upgrade. Take a glimpse into the future of the technology-enabled body with Eidos.