Kissing Over the Internet: Japan Lab Invention

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Old 18-May-2011
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Scientists in Japan have cured the agony of a long distance relationship. The internet kissing machine allows a couple to kiss even if they are thousands of miles apart. Kind of beautiful, right? But also really creepy.
The internet kissing machine is basically a box with a straw attached. You put the straw in your mouth and move it around with your tongue. The movement of the straw will transmit to another box, allowing your partner to “feel” your kiss. Sexy right?
You may laugh at the internet kissing machine, but the people at the The University of Electro-Communications, say that it is the next step toward a full on person to person relationship over the internet.
But don’t worry, the kiss transmission device gets even creepier. The technicians at the University of Electro-Communications say that kiss data could be stored to be used later. So if your lover isn’t available and you need a kiss, you can feel their kiss anytime you want.
The lab says that if a celebrity uses the device, their kiss could be given to all of their fans. (Think of all the teenage girls who would love to receive a kiss from Justin Bieber, even if it meant using a kiss transmission device.)
Nobuhiro Takahashi, a graduate student and researcher at the university, realizes that the kiss transmission device doesn’t recreate an actual kiss just yet, but the team is still working on it.
Takahashi said:
“The elements of a kiss include the sense of taste, the manner of breathing and the moistness of the tongue. If we can re-create all of those, I think it will be a really powerful device.”

Here’s the video of the kissing device.

Old 18-May-2011
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omg! le ki kuch ban reha

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