The new breed of sex doll is more realistic than ever, using virtual reality technology to programme a voice and a personality.
Tyger Drew-Honey investigated the future of the sex industry for a new programme and came face to face with the sophisticated model.
The Outnumbered actor, 20, whose parents were once porn stars, met Matt McMullen, a sex doll manufacturer whose latest creations are designed to create ‘a higher form of masturbation’.
Matt, 55, has built his career on selling sex toys and revealed the latest models are more than just dolls, they are robots programmed to fulfill desire.
Matt explained to Tyger for his latest documentary for BBC Three that the lifelike dolls, all with a number of ‘usable orifices’, can be linked up with an app so their owner can programme them to behave however they want.
The doll’s ‘mind’ will ‘exist in the app’ and will be based on what their owner chooses.
He explained: ‘The customer would custom build the personality they want. If they don’t want her to be smart, she won’t be smart, if they want her to be shy, she will be shy.’
He said virtual reality headsets can then be used so you can put the headset and headphones on and ‘feel like you are sitting in a Swiss Chalet somewhere with this girl you have created’.
At the same time, you can ‘use the doll to simulate what you are grabbing’.
Source: Daily Mail UK