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Virtual reality sex (in short: VR sex) is a technology that allows the user to receive tactile sensations from remote participants, or fictional characters through the use of computer-controlled sex toys. Usually the user also wears a virtual reality headset so he/she can see and interact with the partner.

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BKK Cybersex CupEdit

The BKK Cybersex Cup consists of a virtual reality headset and masturbation cup. It also comes with a mobile app which allows the users to customize their own 3D girlfriend based on their preferred body, skin tone, hairstyle and outfit. The masturbation cup has a built in motion sensor which is capable of simulating the movement and transmission of the action via Bluetooth to any smartphone that runs the 3D girlfriend app.[1][2][3]

VirtuaDollsEdit

The American company Eos created the VirtuaDolls which consists a silicone sheath into which a man inserts his penis. In concert with a mechanized gripper for “intelligent stroke movement,” this allows for the VirtuaDolls controller to sync up the sensation to the action. For immersive experience, it also comes with six interchangeable sleeves with different textures to allow for varying sensations and contains a pressure sensor that determines the occupant’s position within the sheath. An optional vacuum attachment adds suction capabilities and an easy-clean system. The VirtuaDolls controller is also bundled with a video game titled Girls of Arcadia in which users carry out missions to rescue girls and are rewarded by the end of the missions in having sex with them. In January 2016, the company launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for the product, but after being swamped with orders, the creators suspended the campaign.[4][5] In February 2016, it was relaunched on Indiegogo.[6]

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  1. ^ "Crowdfunding Campaign for BKK Cybersex Cup – EAN Online Erotic Industry News". Ean-online.com. Retrieved 2017-05-17.
  2. ^ By Mandy Stadtmiller2015-05-30 03:04:23 UTC (2015-05-29). "Virtual reality sex is coming — and the toys are already here". Mashable.com. Retrieved 2017-05-17.
  3. ^ "For Science, I Tested the Latest Virtual Reality Sex Toy". VICE. 2015-11-27. Retrieved 2017-05-17.
  4. ^ Jasper Hamill. "Makers of 'mindblowing' sex robot with virtual vagina swamped with orders - Mirror Online". Mirror.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-05-17.
  5. ^ Fulton, Will (2016-02-04). "Why VirtuaDolls VR Porn Controller Suspended Its Indiegogo". Digital Trends. Retrieved 2017-05-17.
  6. ^ Morris, Tatiana (2016-02-05). "The adult VR game controller 'VirtuaDolls' is back on IndieGoGo". Gamezone.com. Retrieved 2017-05-17.