The Kajimoto Laboratory in Japan has developed a device that can record and transmit kinesthetic sensations.

The Kajimoto Laboratory at the University of Electro-Communications in Japan has developed a device that can transmit a kiss over the Internet. Software records the way a user moves the reciprocal with their tongue and sends this information to another device, which simulates the kiss by moving in the same way.

To create the sensation of kissing a partner in real-time, the bilateral control allows both devices to move simultaneously and adjust accordingly. Additionally, an individual’s kiss coordinates can easily be saved and replayed, which, as the lab highlighted, opens up many opportunities, such as celebrities recording kisses for adoring fans.

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