Given the current state of affairs and the massive sums of money that mega-corporations are investing in the metaverse, it is inevitable that some members of the human population will use virtual reality for work, education, and/or sex. This virtual ‘Teslasuit’ could make ‘sex in metaverse’ possible.
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Teslasuit, a virtual reality suit manufacturer, has developed a human-to-digital interface full-body suit with 90 electrodes that can fool the body into experiencing anything from a hug to raindrops to the impact of a gunshot. The suit user can ‘touch’ objects in the metaverse by wearing VR goggles.
Earlier this year, the National Enquirer spoke to the Teslasuit VP Paul Nickeas about the suit’s “wide range of realistic sensations from the feeling of a raindrop to the impact of a gunshot.”
This week, Nickeas provided additional details to Daily Star about the capabilities and practical uses of the suit:
Even though the man on the other end of the line was across the room, BBC’s Sarah Cox felt the world’s first “digital hug” while putting on the suit; she sensed it through the suit’s electrodes.
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Hugs or more intimate activities like sex were never intended for the Teslasuit, which is unrelated to Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors. The sex industry has been rapidly shifting into VR, though, as these suits could give romantic gestures a futuristic sci-fi twist.
The development of these suits is being closely watched by the porn industry, according to a source in the adult industry who spoke to the National Enquirer:
Given the current state of affairs and the massive sums of money that mega-corporations are investing in the metaverse, it is inevitable that some members of the human population will use virtual reality for work, education, and/or sex by the end of this decade. It appears that the VR experience might also involve wearing full-body haptic suits.