A company who have developed a video game controller that doubles as a virtual reality male sex toy have been forced to take it off the market, after they were swamped with orders.
The Mirror reports, the system is called ‘VirtuaDolls’ and allows users to strap on a VR helmet, sleep with a cybernetic siren and be pleasured by a device which responds to all your on-screen fumbles.
Apparently, so many desperate blokes rushed to pre-order the device on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo, that its designers were forced to ‘put the project on hold’.
In a series of tweets, the company behind Virtuadolls admitted demand for their VR vagina had been huge.
The VirtualDolls device – designed by the American company Eos – is a ‘controller’ which is essentially a vibrating fleshlight. If you don’t know what a fleshlight is, it’s essentially a tube with a rubber vagina glued to one end which lonely men use to masturbate.
The VR device invites ‘players’ to get involved in sex games and carry out missions, which if you complete, rewards you with some digital nookie.
VirtuaDolls comes with a game called Girls of Arcadia which challenges valiant gamers to save a damsel in distress. Sort of like Super Mario, but with an X-rated reward at the end of it.
However, if you’re tired or just can’t be bothered rescuing the woman, you can jump to ‘sim mode’ which is a virtual brothel, where you simply choose a woman and have sex with her – well, as close to sex as you’re likely to get if you ever actually buy one of these.
William Spracklin, Eos founder, said his robo-vagina was an ‘adult game controller where touch and feedback are taken to the next level’.
Amazingly, his Indiegogo campaign raised $7,000 (£4,800) of its $20,000 (£13,000) goal in just five days.
The video claims the gross controller has ‘innovative features which create a mindblowing experience’. These include a ‘programmable pressure gripper’, which can control the tightness of its squeeze, and a ‘stroke motion’ with variable speed – you know, just like a real woman.
The device can be used along with VR devices including the Oculus Rift, which we ‘d imagine would be a necessity to stop you from catching your eye in a mirror and realising you’d lost all your dignity.