All right, next. So I brush my teeth twice a day, and what if we had a toothbrush that tastes like candy,
and when the taste of candy ran out, you'd know it's time to change your toothbrush?
Finally, I have a thing for the keys on a flute or a clarinet.
It's not just the way they look, but I love the way they feel when you press down on them.
Now, I don't play the flute or the clarinet,
so I decided to combine these keys with an instrument I do play: the television remote control.
Now, when we look at these three ideas together,
you'll notice that the five senses theory doesn't only change the way we use these products but also the way they look.
So in conclusion, I've found the five senses theory to be a very useful tool in evaluating different experiences in my life,
and then taking those best experiences and hopefully incorporating them into my designs.
Now, I realize the five senses isn't the only thing that makes life interesting.
There's also the six emotions and that elusive x-factor.
Maybe that could be the topic of my next talk.
Until then, please have fun using the five senses in your own lives and your own designs.
Oh, one last thing before I leave. Here's the experience you all had while listening to the TED Talks.
However, it would be better if we could boost up a couple of the other senses like smell and taste.
And the best way to do that is with free candy. You guys ready? All right.