If you think VR (virtual reality) porn is still a while away, you’re wrong. With just a $20 piece of cardboard and a smartphone you’re now plugged in and ready to go. Thanks to the latest product from Google called ‘Cardboard’, VR has now entered the affordable mainstream and top porn sites are raring to go. According to a blog from Google earlier this year
In the wild, plenty of news sites and blogs have been quick to test the technology, documenting how well it lives up to expectations. “A porn star leaned in so close to lock lips with me that I recoiled back because her VR presence was so real” said one reporter. “It’s a wild experience” said another. And down in the comments on these articles it seems plenty of viewers are joining the virtual technology race. “Good news” said one commenter. “This sounds promising” said another. “The content is very good” another reader said, “I am still enjoying it.”
So with all these seemingly positive reviews, the future landscape for porn and sex is looking very dark. The new technology is allowing people to move into areas where they can virtually enjoy sex. No interaction with another live, warm fellow human being needed. Just interaction with a picture on a screen, via a device strapped into a piece of cardboard, via something help up on the face, filmed elsewhere, watched by many and profited by porn producers. It seems that real sex is becoming increasingly boring and we need more and more fake, but realistic devices, to help us meet our insatiable desires to enter new and bold frontiers of sexuality. How is this going to affect our kids? What expectations are our daughters going to have forced on them, to perform like the virtual reality stars online? Who will even be bothered heading out on a date anymore? These are things we should all carefully consider before deciding to grab our smartphones, slip on our Cardboard googles and join the “revolution.”
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