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How to Have Sex Without Touching Another Human Being

The course of known as Virtual Intercourse with a Real Person, and it makes sexting look about as antiquated as James Joyce’s smutty letters to his wife. VIRP, because it’s referred to as, lets clients join a intercourse doll, intercourse toy, and virtual reality headset, hyperlink up with a web-based performer, and go to city. The mixed expertise of humping ...

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Nintendo Labo is The Next Evolution of Google Cardboard

A combined reality shock. Nintendo continues to shock the gaming world with its dive into low-tech gadgetry. The lately revealed Nintendo Labo is a customized piece of cardboard that may be assembled in numerous methods and work together with the Switch console. The Toy-Con 2 Robo Kit is releasing on April 20 for $79.99 USD. Image: Nintendo In Japanese, the phrase “Labo” ...

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Google pushes VR further with standalone Daydream headsets

While Google was faster than different tech companies to convey virtual reality to telephones a number of years in the past with its Cardboard initiative, curiosity in cellular VR appears to have dropped off recently. The firm is hoping to drum up pleasure once more by partnering with gadget makers to launch standalone VR headsets that not solely work with ...

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RF-enabled Raspberry Pi add-on brings Google Assistant to gizmos, speakers, and robots

JOY-iT and Elector have launched a $42 “Talking Pi” RPi add-on that permits Google Home/AIY suitable voice activation of house automation units linked to the Pi’s GPIO, and features a mic board, PWM servo controls, and help for a 433MHz SRD radio.Elektor has begun promoting a $42, open supply voice management add-on board that’s programmable by way of the Google ...

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Google app uses selfie to find painting double

A brand new function in a Google app is social media’s obsession of the second.  The Google Arts & Culture app (out there on Android and iOS) was just lately up to date with a brand new function. Take a selfie and Google will use its image-recognition software program and a database of work from museums the world over to ...

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