Digital Scent Startup Aromajoin Will Release its Coveted Olfactory Technology to the Public through 'Scent For All' Campaign
KYOTO, Japan, July 31, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Through the month of August, Japanese digital scent startup Aromajoin will open sales of its flagship scent delivery system, the Aroma Shooter, to the general public. Primarily a tool of the retail, fragrance, and entertainment industries, the Aroma Shooter will, for now, be available for anyone in the world to purchase and use freely. And, for the first time, the Aroma Shooter will be produced in a matte black finish.
Developers and makers who buy an Aroma Shooter during the Scent For All campaign will be rewarded for publishing Aroma Shooter-compatible apps to Apple's App Store or Google Play. Aromajoin will grant each of these developers a ¥5,000 (USD ~$50) Amazon eGift card as well as full access to Aromajoin's premium software tools.
While it's important for Aromajoin to give independent developers the tools to integrate smell into their various projects, the digital scent pioneer currently publishes a number of free Aroma Shooter-compatible apps on Apple's App Store and Google Play. These apps offer simple fragrance creation, smell-o-vision video editors, and aroma-based sleep timers.
Starting July 31st, makers, developers, and fragrance fanatics may visit https://aromajoin.com/scent-for-all to purchase the Aroma Shooter 'Scent For All' pack. Prior to the start date, interested parties may subscribe to Aromajoin's mailing list for notifications about the campaign.
About Aromajoin Corporation: Founded in 2012 in Kyoto, Japan, Aromajoin Corporation produces the world's most advanced aroma delivery systems, serving the needs of over 100 enterprise clients in retail, cosmetics, F&F production, entertainment, VR, and neuroscience.
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SOURCE Aromajoin Corporation
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