Monday, October 11, 2010

Wii Sex Toys - You knew it was only a matter of time.



The Mojowijo


Designed as a means for people to "stay in touch" over long distances, the Mojowijo is an add-on accessory for the Wiimote that allows for stimulation of either a male or female user. The concept is called teledildonics – yes, that is a (awesomely) real word – and is geared toward taking internet chat and phone sex to another level by allowing accessory-induced stimulation to be controlled remotely via computer. 

How does the Mojowijo work with the Wii? Well, it doesn't. It works with specialized software installed on a computer and connects with a Wiimote via Bluetooth. The Mojowijo is not compatible with the Wii itself. The add-ons use the company's patent pending Motion2Vibration technology, which allows users to enable a variety of motion and vibration effects to either a remotely connected accessory or another user in the same room.

The Mojowijo will also be compatible with online chat clients, beginning with Skype. The company plans to add MSN, Yahoo, Google, and Oovoo to their list of supported clients in the future.

The Mojowijo will enter the beta testing phase in early October, with pre-sales beginning on November 26. The final version will ship to consumers on December 14, just in time for the holidays. Pricing is expected to range from $50 to $130 in both individual and bundle form.

For more information, check out 
Mojowijo.com.

Read the full article at IGN's Gear News.

12 comments:

  1. Well, I did see it coming xD cool for some people!

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  2. Great read! Looking forward to reading your next post.

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  3. Those look entirely too small and not very durable. Aesthetically they make me want to vomit.
    Not that I know about these things.

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  4. Wow, just wow. Also, it would be Skype first, lol.

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  5. Some people clearly have too much time on their hands.

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  6. I agree, BunnySMG. They apparently want to replace that time with something else.....

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