This was a story that I caught whilst on vacation but never got around to posting till now.
Augmented reality – as in the forthcoming ‘Google Glasses’ – is just one of a number of ways in which new technology will massively alter the sexual landscape over the next couple of decades. It’s impossible at this stage to predict entirely what the results will be, but you can be sure that the Sexual Trade Union will be stirring up hysteria and lobbying for new legislation as the sexual ‘price’ of women continues its 100+ year market decline :
They have been billed as the future of the way that we will interact with computers.
But a new science fiction film suggests that augmented reality glasses actually have a far darker side – and might allow us to control one another.
‘Sight’ shows how virtual reality can take over from normal life to the extent that we can’t exist without it.
The seven minute short follows bachelor Patrick on a date which goes wrong when he gets found out for using a ‘Wingman app’ to help him charm her into bed.
In a sinister twist he then appears to patch into his date through her virtual reality lenses – and take over her mind.
I can just see the likes of Krauser PUA equipped with this kind of tech in 2015 – ‘I Bang My First 18 Year Old Serbian girl…Augmentedly’
Meanwhile, in another shape of things to come, who needs PUA when from today you can have live physical sex across the internet? :
Users of RealTouch can now connect with a model, live over the internet, and feel her every move. The synchronization of touch, audio and video creates an immersive sensory experience previously only considered science fiction.
When connected, a model and a remote user share a traditional teleconference session with one-way video, two-way audio plus the breakthrough capability of one-way touch. Any form of bodily contact with the model’s “input device” is instantly felt by the user on his RealTouch device. Strokes, licks or any other form of touch are all transmitted across the Internet in real-time and reproduced on the receiving end to the user’s delight.