New Chinese Device Allows Users to Kiss People from Anywhere in the World

Now you can kiss your partner from anywhere in the world using this new invention.

A Chinese engineer in the Changzhou Vocational Institute of Mechatronic Technology in eastern China created and patented this new kissing device that can allow you to remotely kiss anyone anywhere in the world without going to them or being with them.

As reported by Daily Mail, it has “sensors mimic the pressure, movement, and heat of your partner’s lips while even transmitting smooching sounds to make it as realistic as possible.”

 People can also use this device in several other circumstances like if the recipient doesn’t want physical contact due to some hygienic reason or maybe… Covid?

Long-distance couples in China are currently using this kissing device called ‘Remote Kiss’.

According to the creator of this new gadget, his own relationship issues inspired him to design such a thing.

“In my university, I was in a long-distance relationship with my girlfriend, so we only contact with each other through phone. That’s where the inspiration of this device originated,” Jiang Zhongli told the Global Times

The cutting-edge device functions only through the internet and links to the user’s phone via Bluetooth through an application.

“It works however far away the two people are,” Daily Mail wrote.

“Users insert their smartphone into the top of the device and start ‘recording’ their smooch by kissing the device’s lips. When they’re finished they can upload and save their kiss to an accompanying app before it’s sent to the recipient – a bit like sending a WhatsApp message.” 

The Remote Kiss can also produce kissing sounds if the person sending the kiss makes any.

Reacting to this new technology, customers have mixed responses.

“My partner didn’t believe [remote kissing] could be achieved at first, so her jaw dropped when she used it,” one person said.

 “I don’t understand (the device) but I’m utterly shocked,” someone wrote.

“Saddest thing in a while,” someone wrote on Twitter.

“Probably going to be connected over the internet to allow remote coupling for Onlyfans type relationships. Similar machine likely in development for other types of couplings,” added another.

“It convinced me again that having a long distance relationship is pretty bad idea..,” commented another.

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Source: Daily MailGlobal Times

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