All Your Sense Are Belong to Us
Current gaming is limited to only three senses: sight, sound, and - in a limited fashion - touch. Robert Coker explores the world after we tap into taste and smell, and what it could mean for gaming.
Overall this was a good article. But I was wondering, if the sense of touch was incorporated, what if you were playing a shooting game? Would you feel every gunshot wound as they pierce you're skin? Would you feel a knife slowly slitting you're throat?