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Better sex through science. A new porn movie using virtual reality technology allows you to join in on the orgies with getting up from your seat. The VR technology helps you get the feeling that you are in the middle of the orgy. It’s perfect for people with no imagination or Playboy subscription. It is just one of the many new innovations for unloved among us. Virtual reality sex, robot sex dolls, even robotic poll dancers.

From The Daily Star

There’s an attractive young woman in front of you.

She slips out of her dress, keeping eye contact the whole time. She’s joined by a friend.

Looking around, you see a man come into the room and come over to join them. Things start to happen.

There are lots of reasons not to go to an orgy. Embarrassment, for example. Or the fear that you might bump into a workmate or, worse, a relative.

Plus, it’s not like they’re easy to find. And if you’re outside one of the big cities it’s probably impossible.

But for many people, there’s one reason why they might be curious to go and at least see what happens.

Erika Lusts’s new 360º immersive VR movie is a a no-strings orgy that anyone can attend without leaving their own home. Or cleaning up afterwards.

The image delivered by the Oculus headset is extraordinarily realistic. Within seconds of slipping it on you’re convinced that you’re in a room with four porn stars. And you’re not just looking at the action, you’re in the middle of it.

The illusion isn’t entirely perfect: the fixed perspective of Erika’s camera means that you might be a little bit taller or shorter than you normally are, and when you look down at the floor you can’t see your feet, giving you a somewhat detached ‘floaty’ feeling.

But the content is so well-matched to the VR experience that you soon forget that.

There have been efforts at VR porn before. They’re normally static experiences where the performer submissively services the male viewer, in a way that actually makes the viewer’s role weirdly passive.

Erika’s new film, 360º of Lust, takes a different approach. It drops the viewer into the middle of a constantly-changing series of encounters.

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