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  • Nosulus Rift is smelly VR
  • Nosulus Rift is smelly VR
    Ubisoft (2016) ©

Nosulus Rift is smelly VR

Oculus Rift is redefining digital entertainment, shopping and even leisure pursuits through enhanced sights and sounds. Nosulus Rift, by contrast, is a new device from game developer Ubisoft that's entering the world of VR by allowing players to experience a new side to video games – smell.



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