Posts Tagged 'sexy'

Robot Sexy Time!

Is the regular love doll not doing it for you? Well get ready for Roxxxy (video) the sex robot! Hi-five! Sexy time! And you thought Real Dolls were creepy. Now, I know what you’re wondering, what’s so special, besides the $7,000 price tag. It/she comes with a laptop that is programmed with it’s/her personality. I’m guessing built in microphone and speakers to respond to voice commands. Wow, just wow. Who spends this much time building something like this? But more importantly who’s going to buy this sexbot? Rich bastards no doubt.
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Gadgets: Sexy Portable HD by Verbatim

Looking the part is half the battle (the other half is lasers). Nothing short of sexy, Verbatim offers up the Insight, a hot little number dressed in piano black. Comes in 2 flavors: 320gb and 500gb reasonably affordable for those willing to spend $20 for some added style. The little display shows it’s name (volume name I’m guessing) and available free space. A nice feature which does not require it be plugged in.

The good: style, lcd display, includes software, 5 year warranty.
The bad: speed (5400rpm with 8mb cache), price.

Second Life lawsuit: hands off my virtual d*ck!

Wouldn’t it be cool if, in real life, all you had to do in order to try out new, crazy, adventurous sex would be to buy a script from somebody and run it? Or if you weren’t happy with your genitalia, all you had to do was pay someone a few bucks to create a new one (or ones) for you? It sounds weird, but that’s pretty much the only way you can engage in sexual activity in Second Life. (Er, not that I would know.) And like all things in Second Life, those scripts make somebody a killing in real-life money—including people who rip the scripts off from others and resell them as their own. At least one lawsuit over the unauthorized distribution of scripts has finally been settled, though, and no money changed hands.

The not-nearly-as-sordid-as-you-might-think story goes like this. 19-year-old Robert Leatherwood allegedly stole scripts written by Florida-based Eros, LLC that gave people’s avatars lifelike naughty bits and enabled them to engage in kinky, virtual sex. He then resold them without permission, which sparked a lawsuit from Eros founder Kevin Alderman over copyright violations last July. That was apparently when Leatherwood decided to stop selling the scripts, according to the Associated Press, and was likely part of the reason Eros decided to settle. (link)

Sexy teapot: hot action live!

I don’t know about you but the stuff he dumps into the pot, just looks disgusting as it steeps over time.

Sorapot instructions from Joey Roth on Vimeo.

Lovebots to reach into chest and rip out hearts

What? People falling in love with robots? I don’t know which is more troubling, terminators killing us or people having sex with robots. Both equally disturbing and creepy. Remember that Star Trek: The Next  Generation episode where Tasha and Data get it on? Eeww, especially since she was a bit man-ish. Although Fembots from Austin Powers might be tempting, so long as they don’t try kill me with their machine gun jubblies (can I order one without the guns?). Even the sexy Cylons from Battlestar Galactica warrant consideration. Or how about a Buffybot?

Although you have to admit, robot on robot action is hot! (just kidding, geez can’t you spot a joke?)

“That day is imminent, Levy writes, especially the sex part. By the middle of this century, he predicts, “love with robots will be as normal as love with other humans, while the number of sexual acts and lovemaking positions commonly practiced between humans will be extended, as robots teach more than is in all of the world’s published sex manuals combined.”

If this seems a bit much, hang on. Levy, an expert on artificial intelligence and the author of “Robots Unlimited,” builds his case gradually. He begins with what scientists know about why humans fall in love with other humans. There are 10 factors, he writes, including mystery, reciprocal liking, and readiness to enter a relationship. Why can’t these factors apply to robots, too? Even something as apparently human as “reciprocal liking” can be programmed into a robot’s behavior, and if it acts as if it likes you that’s often all that matters.” (link)

Japan developing sex bots

Mac chicks (you can stop drooling now)

Who says the Wii has no sex appeal?

Hot girls playing the Wii. Seem innocent enough right? Wrong! Did I mention they’re topless? Oh and baby oil. Stop reading already and click the link. (source)


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