Each of its first 100 clients received a T-shirt to wear for three days straight without bathing.
The clients then mailed the T-shirts back to Brain and Lavigne's "Sweat Shop" at NYU, where they were cut into swatches.
I got bored of Tinder after a couple of weeks, I’ve never spent more than four consecutive weeks in a row on a dating website, and I’ve never been speed dating or to a singles night.
Then it asked me to click on each of the photos I was "Down to Bang." This made me wonder if perhaps at this point we've maxed out on the Internet as a dating aid.Some scientists assert that there may be a connection between pheromones and human behavior.For instance, researchers at the Chemical Senses Center located in Philadelphia reported the existence of a pheromone called Androstenone found in the sweat of human males.Clients, who pay a one-time fee of , dive in nose-first, unaware of a potential smell-mate's age, gender or sexual orientation."Most normal dating services, you rely on profile pictures, assumptions that come from visual information," Brain said.