Kissinger, the Unique Gadgets That Can Be Used To Kiss A Distance
Last year, a student from Japan made a machine that can send a kiss. This tool is believed to repel feeling nostalgic for the pair LDR (long distance relationship).
Unfortunately, the tools are assembled in Kajimoto Laboratory was assessed not commercial because of its too big, and accompanied by a series of cables are long and complicated.
More recently, Hooman Samani, a Singapore-based robotics scientist, tried to make a similar tool but with a more cute and easy to use. This tool is called Kissenger, functions exactly the same as sending a kiss tool artificial Japanese students.
Oddity Central noted, these tools can transmit motion sensors and sound to other people who also use Kissenger. Kissenger made in the form of a rabbit with a round bodied lips sizable portion on the front.
Reporting from Extreme Tech, how to use this tool very easy, Simply turn Kissenger, then put your lips on lips this cute robot and imagine you're kissing her boyfriend. Movement of your lips will be sent to the couple's Kissinger robot through wireless technology.
Once the sensor is sent, the couple's lips Kissinger will move following the movement of your lips. If the surface is wet because sweep Kissinger lips tongue or saliva, Kissinger the couple will issue a buzzing sound. The most important thing before using Kissinger is that you have to buy a minimum of two, because of course, you need to 'partner' for kissing.