Wednesday, September 1, 2010

A strap-on device turns Wii remotes into teledildonic vibrators

Posted By on Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 7:53 AM

click to enlarge teledildonic Add-On Turns Wiimote into Remote Vibrator

It was only a matter of time before an electronic company with a perverted agenda (not Apple) harnessed the vibrating potential of the wii remote and concentrated that power between your thighs.

Mojowijo is a "teledildonic" toy that attaches to the remote for the Nintendo Wii, completely corrupting the console's family-friendly reputation. Teledildonics (cyberdildonics) are sex toys that can be controlled by a computer or remotely by a partner. They have been hyped as the next big thing in cybersex technology since the 1980s. However, the technology has yet to eclipse the ease of using a sex toy manually while watching porn.

The mojowiji is still in development, but here's how it works.  You

hook the hardware components to two Wiimotes. The movements of one remote are channeled through Bluetooth to your PC software. These movements are then transferred via the internet and replicated by a vibrator on the other Wiimote, allowing a partner to feel your handiwork. You can also use the product solo or coordinate your efforts with the second controller in the room.

If these products do take off, as they eventually will in one form or another, expect a new class of phone sex operator/web cam performer to arise. While these sex toy technologies would primarily benefit women (who are notorious for not enlisting the services of adult entertainers), still this new league of professional joystick jockeys would spring up who know all the right moves to get you off, or who at least look hot while playing with a wiimote.

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