CamSoda and RealDoll launch VIRP experience (‘Virtual Intercourse with Real People’. Obviously.)


Webcam site CamSoda [NSFW] has launched a new experience that brings virtual sex into a whole new realm, by combining synced digital activity with your real life RealDoll.

CamSoda VIRPVIRP, which stands for ‘Virtual Intercourse with Real People’, requires both a Lovense Max-equipped RealDoll and a VR headset, and promises to “mimic real- time sex with a cam model”.

“Our partnership with RealDoll to allow our fans to VIRP is an absolute game-changer. Fans will now be able to interact with their favorite cam models in real time via live virtual reality while simultaneously feeling the sensations of actual intercourse via their RealDoll and teledildonic integration. Essentially, users will be able to live out their ultimate sex fantasies, and quench their immediate desires, in an immersive sensory environment that allows them to have real sex with virtual partners.”

You’ll need deep pockets if you want to indulge this techno-reality, as a full RealDoll can easily cost upwards of $10,000, though you can get just a torso for around $1,500.

It’s not all that surprising to see the first ‘virtual intercourse with real people’ come from a collaboration with CamSoda, as we’ve noted several times in the past that it’s a company that’s not afraid to try new things in the sextech space.

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