What is virtual sex? The further we advance into the twenty-first century, the more complicated the question of virtual sex becomes. At what point does virtual sex become a true visceral extension of physical sex? What are the technologies involved? Where can a curious person experience virtual sex?
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First, because new technology offers a strategic advantage and tends to be very expensive , the military gives it a whirl. Later, the bleeding-edge early-adopter enthusiasts jump on board and start espousing it as the Next Big Thing. We have seen this time and time again over the last years. The internet was created by DARPA, but it was the reserve of hackers, gamers, and porn surfers for years before mom and pop finally started emailing and checking their bank balance online. Which leads me neatly onto another exciting technology that is finally threatening to make a commercial outing: Virtual reality. As you probably know, virtual reality VR has been around for a long, long time. What you may not know is that VR, in the form of flight and combat simulators, has been extensively and successfully used by the military for at least a couple of decades.
Intrepid horndog hackers can do it right now. Tenga is a Japanese manufacturer of disposable male sex toys—they make cylindrical "masturbation aids" that somehow don't seem as repulsive as the Fleshlight perhaps mostly because they're not called a fleshlight. Since then, they've updated the software and the graphics of the simulator, and are continuing to promote robot-assisted virtual sex.
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