September 01, 2008 03:47am
First Virtual Super Toy
by: Company Press Release
(BRIGHTON, UK) -- After two years in evolution, the world’s first, intelligent, virtual sex toy has arrived in the form of the MX.
The initial, serial port, robotic toy design has come a long way since its inception and the MX, designed and created to synchronise with especially encoded adult DVD content, works on internet protocol (IP) networks (computers and television sets via set-top box services), Bluetooth (mobile telephones) and other compatible remote media systems.
The MX website (www.mobxxx.com) explains: ''Virtual sex has been spoken of since Woody Allen’s 1973 film, Sleeper, introduced the world to a fictional electromechanical device known as the orgasmatron. Now, for the first time ever, this fictional concept has become a reality in the shape of the MX.''
The MX is available in both male and female variants; the male version being a real-feel, jelly-flesh silicone sleeve and the female version resembling a superior quality vibrator. Both have been embedded with 100% user safe encoded software motherboard and trigger modules which mirror the accompanying, personally interactive, DVD content.
The MX has no wires and does not need to be attached to anything. The male MX sleeve is fitted with a removable device consisting of a series of six trigger point modules, four down the shaft and one on either said of the base, each controlled in accordance with the on screen action. For example, when the actress says she is going to lick the top of the viewer’s penis and does so, the relevant trigger point module will simulate that specific action, essentially meaning the MX will kinaesthetically replicate the visual and aural stimuli.
The female MX is similarly controlled, with each of the multiple functions of the vibrator triggered by the on screen action. For example, should the actor say he is going to rub the viewer’s clitoris and begins to do so, the related trigger point will vibrate accordingly.
A third MX design has been created especially for the gay market, meaning it is essentially also the world’s first sex toy which specifically caters for the active gay man. As with the other versions, the gay MX works in conjunction with gay adult video content.
MX frequency and vibration contrasts/combinations are fine tuned for user control and pleasure, with additional distance transmission instruction options available over Ip, working in a similar way to remote control toys, but with a much further geographical reach, meaning couples can share relationships over long distances.
The cutting edge trigger technology means that a ‘trigger track’ may also be set. This is like creating a schedule, whereby the functions of the MX are pre- set and then ‘played’ on a timeline to either synchronise with the on screen action and/or to work in the same pre-set way over a distance (similar to a remote control toy).
The pioneering technology behind the MX may be explained in three stages. Firstly, the trigger track software is provided to the studios which are making the films; secondly, the MX software reads the trigger track for transmission; and lastly, it is transmitted to the player software, thus creating the film the viewer sees on the TV or the Pc. Additionally, the MX technology provides the option for MX compatible DVDs to be set for the actor or actress to call the viewer by name.
This software is being made available to close partners on the GoXXX top twenty adult channel line (such as Private, Woodman, Harmony, etc) up as part of an IPTV deal, in order to both create a series of interactive MX DVDs (which may be played in the normal audiovisual way when the MX is not in use) and in order that the studios may use the MX compatibility software within their existing titles.
The MX prototypes have now undergone vigorous and independent testing and the company is interested in speaking with toy manufacturers and distributors about partnership options.
To find out more about the MX, view the toy designs and read case studies, please visit: http://www.mobxxx.com
To find out more about film encoding and partnership options, please email: email@example.com