Emotional Anatomy will have powerful potential applications in:

Science visualization
Fashion and Perfume industries

Research that has been conducted to date (new developments in MulSeMedia) has convincingly shown that increasing the number of the senses simulated in a virtual reality (VR) simulator can dramatically enhance user’s Sense of Presence, their enjoyment and even their memory of the encounter/experience.

We will be able to perceive emotions, based on authentic sensory data -states invisible to the eye, translated through a beautiful interface. Converting the invisible to the visible spectrums will link new modes of response both - of and to the “mirror” by harnessing the Mediamorphosis for an entire new system of visualization.