Smell, an innate human exploration, awakens our memories and emotions. However, overcoming the constraints of time to smell the scents of past objects is an intriguing challenge.

Similar to natural history museums housing specimens and illustrations of extinct plants, we never truly know their actual scents. Hence, we aim to design a product to record and recreate the fragrances of endangered plants, enabling future generations to rediscover the complete sensory memories of these species.
The interaction between scent and memory can be further refined and explored for more possibilities. For instance, recording and recreating scents can be applied not only to endangered species but also to cultural artifacts, one's hometown, and ancient cities.

With support from government entities such as cultural and tourism authorities, preserving the scents of a historical era is no longer an impossible task.
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