For those with a taste (or smell) for the macabre, a controversial exhibit recreates the last moments of some famous names through sound and odor.
"Who doesn't want to buy a loaf after catching a whiff of fresh bread?" - Frederik Duerinck of communications and multimedia design faculty at Breda's Avans university of applied sciences.
While this may be a poor analogy to the whiff of death, it is true that smell can evoke very strong emotion, and in this experiment, will be used to help recreate the last moments of John F. Kennedy, Princess Diana, Muammar Gaddafi, and Whitney Houston. The exhibit currently resides in the Museum of the Image, in the Netherlands, and will tour Europe.