Savannah, GA (PRWEB) April 20, 2005
TriSenx Holdings, Inc., Savannah Â based technology development company announces its winners of the National Essay Writing Contest, who will be awarded cash prizes each and a revolutionary patented, Scent DomeÂ, first ever of its kind, to their sponsoring schools, which include James J. Davis Elementary School in Seabrook, South Carolina: Bria Hill (Kindergarten); DeÂMonte Daise (second grade); Raina Bryan (third grade); Kirsten James (fourth grade) and from Challenger Middle School in Huntsville, Alabama: Tanner Avery, Jeremy Winter, and Andrew Jones (all eighth graders).
In addition to the reward of a cash prize to the winning students, the winning schools will receive proprietary innovative technology and hardware never used before in an educational forum which will include the Scent Design StudioÂ, its desktop companion, the 20 Channel MultiScensory Scent DomeÂ with 20 fun and unique aromas. The topic of the essay contest, ÂHow Smell Influences LearningÂ was profoundly described in the compositions of these school-age students. The students will have fun using an old learning method combined with a new strategy. The olfactory system or the study of ÂsmellÂ has been researched my medical professionals and experts for well over the last 50 years and studies have shown that the sense of ÂsmellÂ is one of the least acknowledged, but one of the most vital keys to the learning process (see http://www.trisenx.com for link to Research Data Compilation for Olfactory and Education).
The winners will also participate in ÂNational Smell DayÂ at the Fernbank Science Center in Atlanta, GA on Saturday, April 30, 2005. The other participating museums include: Arizona Science Museum (Phoenix, AL); Brooklyn ChildrenÂs Museum (Brooklyn, NY); John P. McGovern Museum of Health & Medical Science (Houston, TX); Lawrence Hall of Science (Berkley, CA); Liberty Science Center (Jersey City, NJ); Maryland Science Center (Baltimore, MD); The ChildrenÂs Museum (Boston, Mass); The Discovery Museum (Bridgeport, CT); and The Science Place (Dallas, TX). The winners will read their essays at the Fernbank Science Center as well as enjoy with other participants Âmixing and matchingÂ 20 aromas, from a library of over 2,000 scents, e-mailing their customized creations to and from the other participating museums; participants will also be the first to visit http://www.trisenx.com new AromavilleÂ and view three music videos with Scent Enabled Content (SECÂ). The artists featured in the music videos will also perform live at the Fernbank (visit http://www.senseofsmell.org for more on National Smell Day. The TriSenx ÂSmellÂ TourÂ
The music video (with SECÂ) and live performances include artists: Zan, an adult contemporary artist with a natural mid-eastern melodic vocal which runs over Hip Hop / Pop/ Funk /Rock/New Age music. Zan was born and raised in Beirut Lebanon, and acquired first hand experience with the native Arabic music of her country. On the other side of the music gamut, Gymini, whose sound and experience encompasses the Âcrunk funk genreÂ, a hip hop artist with southern appeal, who collaborated with AtlantaÂs own Big Sam, of Lil Jon and the Eastside Boys. For the younger audience, ÂDetective Nosey NoseÂ, a childrenÂs education entertainment character uses his ÂnoseÂ to train the younger ones.
About TriSenx Holdings, Inc.
Since its inception in 1999, TriSenx Holdings has been dedicated to enabling digital olfactory diffusion with a focus on multi-sensory tools in educational applications. Its patent-protected technology is now mature and available for licensing in a variety of fields-of-use. TriSenx exclusive licensing agent is Karrenbrock & Meuse, LLC, a national IP firm with offices in Boston, MA, Atlanta, GA, and Los Angeles, CA.
For further information:
Contact Robbyn R. Fuller, TriSenx Holdings, Inc., 912-447-1969. To download photos / white paper go to http://www.trisenx.com and click on media.
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