A company called Feelreal just announced a system that lets users experience smells in VR applications. Using chemicals "similar to those used in the food industry," theoretically, VR users can experience the smell of burning rubber in a race game, or roses in a garden, among other things. A single Feelreal cartridge can hold 255 different kinds of smells, and also features tiny heaters, coolers, and a vibrator to simulate other sensations. Skyrim VR, YouTube VR, Death Horizon, Beat Saber, and "FeelReal Dreams" are among the apps it claims to support, and the device is supposedly compatible with the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Playstation VR, Samsung Grear VR, and Oculus Go. Check out the Feelreal video here. Feelreal's page mentions that the device weighs 7 ounces, works with Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, and has a battery good for 4 hours, but they stopped short of mentioning prices or a release date. New Atlas points out that this isn't the first VR accessory to support smells, while the Vortx takes a similar approach to simulating sensations of heat and cold.