Prague adult experience combines teledildonics, VR and sex dolls

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Naughty Harbor VR Prague

The impending march of technology has brought many advancements in the technological arena – and while sex robots still aren’t really quite a thing you can buy (though you can buy bits of one), until then there’s interactive sex toys and virtual reality porn.

Add in a choice of three sex dolls, and you’d have the recently-opened Naughty Harbor VR experience in Prague, Czech Republic, which slightly confusingly sits at the vrsexhouse.cz domain. Nonetheless, the URL should leave site visitors in no doubt as to what’s in store, should they choose to visit IRL.

While you could invest in a Fleshlight Launch, Oculus GO or Quest, or sex doll for your own private enjoyment at home – and without forever wondering just how thorough the cleaning really is of a bored employee – it would definitely set you back some cash. Less than $500 for the first two items together, but up to tens of thousands on a doll. Then you’d also have to store it somewhere.

Alternatively, Naughty Harbor is hoping you visitors and residents of Prague won’t bother with all of that hassle, and will instead stop by its sexperience instead. Pricing depends on exactly what you want to use during your session.

If you want a VR and sex doll combo, it’ll cost from just over $50 (1,200 CZK) for half an hour, up to $125 (2,900 CZK) for two hours. If that’s a bit rich for your tastes, you can make do with a VR adult gaming experience – with the choice between VR Kanojo or Fallen Doll. There’s the option of VR gaming with a sex doll too, but no pricing is shown.

We’d expect that if the experiences prove popular, (and it’s not the first, so it might) the company might well add AI-powered sex robot heads. It’s certainly a question we’ve asked the company, and will update when we hear back.

Update: 25/02/2020: The company has indeed confirmed that it will be investing in whatever sex robots or features are available on the market, if the experiences are popular.

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