Virtual Reality Porn Booths Take Japan by Storm

XXX-Ray Vision virtual reality porn booths are the latest rage in Japan, the land of the rising sun. I didn’t mean it to rhyme, but this is how it came (pun intended) out. Japan’s cyber-perverts will now be able to watch virtual reality porn for just  ¥1,500, which translates into roughly $13,5 in real money. And that’s for a full hour folks.

These XXX-Ray Vision virtual reality porn booths are currently advertised out on Japan’s biggest cities’ streets, to lure in passers by. The VR porn booth consists of, well, an incredibly small booth, due to Tokyo’s legendary high real-estate prices, which contains a computer, a virtual-reality head-set, and a huge/wall mounted tissue dispenser among other smaller/menial things. I will let you guess what’s the latter for. Check it out:

The price is relatively low for an hour of VR porn session, considering that a state of the art VR porn setup, including gear, would easily drain more than $1000 from one’s bank account. Basically, Japan’s virtual reality porn booths can be described as offering the best bang (read fap) for the money asked. I don’t know how to say that in Japanese, sorry.

It’s interesting to see how Japan took the idea of watching smut and put it together with the latest VR technology, thus creating dedicated porn-VR-boots for its people to immerse one step further into the matrix in complete privacy and peace. This is why we fight, right?

Currently speaking, smut producers are using high end camera rigs to create first-person (as in FPS?) sex-movies, or so I’ve heard. A friend told me. These uber-high tech smut-flicks are best enjoyed on VR headsets, as the user feels as he/she was right there in the scene. How cool is that? These Japan Ichi Ban XXX-Ray Vision virtual reality porn booths were discovered by Charlie Forrest, which describes himself as a  sex tech blogger. Kudos to him. I can’t wait for my next trip to Japan. I really love sushi.

 

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