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Camsoda figures out how to let you smell your porn. Introducing OhRoma.

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Sometimes progress is about what we can do, not what we immediately think we should do.

Camsoda has been on the cutting edge of bringing adult webcam entertainment into the future for awhile now. Whether they’re introducing 3D projections of cam models into your home or syncing a video with a teledildonic sex toy that lets you feel the acts the model is performing, they’re ready to make futuristic dreams come true. They’re the William Castle of orgasms, and their latest gimmick is their weirdest yet: OhRoma (link NSFW).

Utilizing OhRoma, Camsoda will be able to pump scents into your nostrils while you’re pumping whatever. OhRoma utilizes two canisters that contain three cartridge slots. Users simply insert the cartridge of their choosing into the canisters and place the OhRoma mask over their head, which will then automatically pair with your smartphone’s Bluetooth to sync up with your content. The mask warms up the cartridges, which produces various aromas.

Your first thought is probably, “I love porn but I don’t want to smell porn.” Camsoda understands. While there are options like “body odor,” “panties,” and “private parts,” users will also be able to select options such as “fragrances,” “aphrodisiacs,” and the cryptically named “breath.” You can even smell food if you want to. This is your fantasy. Live it how you want.

More importantly, it allows camgirls to perform how they want.

Models in the future will be able to set a mood in their room, from perfume to baking cookies. You may not want to smell a person, but it does create a more personal connection to be able to smell the incense in that person’s room or the weed they’re smoking if your model is a stoner. By adding more senses into the equation, Camsoda may be helping users build a closer connection with the models they watch.

Camsoda is taking pre-orders at the moment, with the product hopefully shipping out this spring. Receiving the mask plus 30 scents will set you back $99.

Refill cartridges will run you between $5.99 and $9.99.

John-Michael Bond

John-Michael Bond

John-Michael Bond is a tech reporter and culture writer for Daily Dot. A longtime cord-cutter and early adapter, he's an expert on streaming services (Hulu with Live TV), devices (Roku, Amazon Fire), and anime. A former staff writer for TUAW, he's knowledgeable on all things Apple and Android. You can also also find him regularly performing standup comedy in Los Angeles.