Bioengineering a New Movement in Intelligent Perfumery
eScent is a patented AI-powered wearable scent dispense system that embeds discreetly into connected sensory garments, textiles, jewellery and headwear, inspired by science fiction concepts.
It creates an invisible, protective, personalized "scent bubble" that is localized around the halo of the head.
This bio-synchronized scent bubble can be diffused on-demand or triggered in real-time by contextual information, biodata or voice.
Protected by five patents, (four awarded and one pending patent), the eScent technology has the capacity to truly disrupt and revolutionize multiple industries beyond the world of Perfumery, for example, the Creative Industries (Fashion, Textiles, Luxury, Sportwear), to the Healthcare Sector and PPE (Personal Protection Equipment and smart facemasks), Digital Health, Wellness, Pharmaceuticals and Psychedelic Medicine), to Education and Entertainment - ultimately creating a more sustainable, intelligent, and personalized wearable scent delivery experience.
eScent is partly inspired by UBIK, Philip.K.Dick's extra-sensory perception science fiction thriller (1969) that tweaks the reality of the user with a protective spray of "miracle properties" from a spray can ("only good in small doses").
Similar to UBIK, eScent creates a controllable cloud of fragrance as a contextually-aware social filter to "tweak reality" and is pertinent to the users' own world, situation, condition or location - and at that precise moment in time - augmenting how we as humans interact with the physical world around us....
Re-inventing the fragrance experience with a customised "Scent Bubble"
eScent Wearable Technology amd "Connected Fragrances"
C-19 Smart Liquid Dispense Facemask.
Looking for Partners.
Science Fashion: How scent technology can help mental health
WCMT Feb 2020
The limitations of a perfume bottle versus. "Connected Fragrances"
4 granted and 1 pending patents
Patented wearable scent tech solution
"Scent Bubble" pending patent WO/2019/025763
Awards, Incubators, Accelerators
Disability Download (Leonard Cheshire)
Episode 6 - Is fashion accessible enough? Feb 2020
Winston Churchill Memorial Trust (Fellow 2013).
Report published 2019
Industry and academic testimonials
Textile project that lay the foundation for eScent
University of Cambridge, British Soiciety of Perfumery
Scent to Impact ~ Positive Thinking ~ Sustainability ~
Journal publications, chapters and conference papers
Case Studies Archives, Publications, Press, Reports, IPR, Panel Discussions.
Academic research from Central Saint Martins (UAL), Phd (RCA), etc
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