Control Your Partner's Sex Toy Via Internet
A new social network aims to link \"smart sex toys\" online so that couples can control them remotely, it has been reported.
Melbourne: A new social network aims to link "smart sex toys" online so that couples can control them remotely, it has been reported.
FriXion established the goal of getting people interact physically over the internet, News.com.au reported.
The company's website claims that the beta technology was exploring ways in which intimacy could be improved online.
The basic premise of the network was to combine readily available sex toys with existing technologies also allowing users to connect in a way so what one toy could feel what the other toy was feeling.
Simple and low cost wristband accelerometer can be used, which uses the motions of people's arm or any toy to intuitively control a partner's device. Mouse, keyboard, and smartphone controls offer a no-barrier entry to remote interaction.
The company was even trailing technology to take biometrics such as heart rate and transforming that information into a soft sensation on people's device in real time.
The device will not be just for couples. With the website claiming users can also experience virtual solo interactions with haptic encoded media, games, and other content.