By J. DeVoy
AEBN will debut its RealTouch device to the general public in April, at Adultcon. Though simulating the sexual experience of adult actors is not a high-concept conquest, the technological barriers surrounding it are substantial. RealTouch sounds to be much more sophisticated than a mere oscillating vibrator.
RealTouch simulates the authentic warmth moistness and relative motion of the exact sexual encounter in a video on demand clip the user is watching on his computer screen.
It also gives men virtually the same sensations adult movie actors experience in their films.
This technology is just one of many others that, when united, will adequately replicate the sexual experience for many men. As Ferdinand Bardamu notes in his review of Mass Effect 2, computer-generated graphics have come far enough to blur the lines between the real and the digital, a critical component in making sex robot and virtual eroticism technology viable. Combining this with the tactile aspects of RealTouch and realistic figures such as Roxxxy or Real Dolls, actual sex will become obsolete for those who feel the costs of procuring it far exceed the benefits.
When that day comes, the social fallout will be catastrophic.