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Scent Delivery System

Virtual Reality Systems for Complex Experiments

Stimulus delivery system

Scent Dispersal System
Part #: SDS100

Self contained scent dispersal system—no compressor needed!

Compact, computer-controlled (USB) scent machine uses compressed air to project up to eight different scents on cue for a predetermined time followed by a burst of unscented air to clear for the next scent.

System includes software to control the delivery and duration of scents from the SDS100 unit. Scents can be triggered from a virtual reality environment. Dispersed scent covers approximately 3-6 meters in front of unit, depending on how many fans are used.

* Scent packages not included; order as SCENT—over 100 scent options available: Scent List olfactory stimulation

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Part #: SDS100
Categories: Stimulation - Research, VR/Immersive - Research
Subcategories: Olfactory (Scent) Delivery - Research

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