[geeks] PayPal alternative offering $25 free cash
aloishammer at casearmour.net
Wed May 14 14:26:51 CDT 2008
On Wed, 14 May 2008 14:40:54 -0400 (EDT), "der Mouse"
<mouse at Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA> said:
> >> How about an "extreme" version of a force feedback joysick. :-)
> > It'd take about five minutes for that to be hacked into a sex toy.
> Is this a problem...? :)
> > In fact I'm sure they already have something like that, I just don't
> > want to trip the Firewall filters at work to search for it. Even
> > though I'm in charge of them. :)
> They do. Teledildonics is getting moderately advanced...and that's
> based on data a year or two out of date.
> Still expensive, but that's no surprise.
Linux has -- had -- a driver for the PlayStation 2, um...
"PlayStation 2 Trance Vibrator driver support"
I actually caught a review of this on a girl gamer blog (news site?) I
can't recall the name of, now. It comes with a single Japanese game
that is, apparently, mostly a psychedelic experience a bit akin to 3D
Galaga with no spaceships. The vibrator got high marks; the game wasn't
really talked about much. The vibrator apparently catches one negative
mark for being a flat... thing... whose original purpose isn't entirely
clear. But it's pretty powerful, apparently.
(I assume the vibrator was intended to immerse you in the game in some
very unclear way. A bit like Hideo Kojima's claims that you'd be able
to "feel" the humidity in Metal Gear Solid 3, except that MGS3 sold
without a humidifier, or even a virtually humid experience, IMNSHO.)
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