Sensory experience recipient (buyer) is the person receiving the experience
They are the one who's senses are being triggered by the creator during the sensory or multisensory experiences. Sensory experience is defined as a complex interplay of one or more senses: smelling, hearing, tasting, seeing or touching. Sensory or multisensory experience is limited in time and always focuses on the feelings of the sensory experience recipient.
At Emotions market we have sensory experiences, sensual play experiences, and a variety of various tasting and smelling experiences including food tastings, smell tastings, food creation and smell creations. Bizarre, travel and games experiences can too offer sensory elements.
Sensory experience is defined as a complex interplay of one or more senses: smelling, hearing, tasting, seeing or touching. Sensory experiences for adults are activities that involve any of the five senses. For instance, you could be watching a video and smelling something, with smells changing by directions of your experience creator, making it a multisensory experience. By focusing on the sensory experience recipient, creator can provoke the desired emotions by playing with senses of the recipient.
Sensory experience recipient is the focus
Similar to emotional experiences, where emotional experience recipient (buyer) is the focus of the creator, sensory experience recipient is the focus of the sensory experience. Creator of sensory experience has a specific design of the experience, however the way the body of sensory experience recipient responds, really dictates the way sensory experiences is going. For example, you may dislike a smell, or a sound - your body language will say it to creator (though it is great to be open about your feelings).
Can an emotional release be triggered by senses?
Design of Multisensory experiences
Velasco and Obrist (2020) identified three laws of multisensory experiences
I. Multisensory experiences should be used for good and must not harm others.
II. Receivers of a multisensory experience must be treated fairly.
III. The someone and the sensory elements must be known
Sensory experience may require you to prepare, for example to fast, wash in a specific way, eat and drink well ahead of the event and etc - this way, sensory experience creator can avoid some situations ensure recipient is ready and that the experience will work in a certain way.
Some sensory experience creators may require a recipient (buyer) to complete a questionnaire or participate in the video call prior to event.
Play experiences involving emotions are great examples of sensory experiences offered to recipients on emotions.market
Senses can help recipient connect to desired emotions, for example remember something.
Learn about tactile experiences and emotions.