On the market slowly began to appear devices that try to mimic the human touch, and one of them is Kissenger.
Scientists from City University of London have made a device that allows your smartphone to transfer kiss over distance with another person. A device with artificial lips of silicone imitating real kiss on the cheek or mouth using sensors that register the intensity of the kiss.
Gadget is connected with the application for correspondence that allows users to send a kiss. When you send a kiss, Kissenger measures the intensity with which the user has kissed the sensors to replicate that exact kiss on the recipient’s Kissenger.
This device will find application in research on potential romantic or sexual relations between humans and robots, and psychologists intend to use it in testing kisses to determine whether respondents may differ kiss a loved one and a kiss from a stranger.
Kissenger is currently in the prototype stage, and for now is only compatible with iOS devices, that plugs into a device’s headphone jack.