You know how a good lover experiments to find out which techniques create which sensations in you, and remembers the results for future lovemaking, while still branching out often enough you don’t bored? The SaSi, which made its U.S. debut last night at a party hosted by its stateside distributor Babeland, does the same thing.
Like its sister the Je Joue, the SaSi uses movement to provide sensation not unlike that of a fingertip or tongue stroking your body, although of course vibration is still available at the touch of a button. But unlike the Je Joue (or any other sexual device I know of), it uses artificial intelligence to figure out what, exactly, turns you on.
The SaSi tries different movements and waits for you to press the “don’t stop” button. At that point, it continues what it’s doing until you press the button again. Over five or so uses, it figures out what you like most, and it learns how to do those things — while still experimenting from time to time, just to make sure.
They should be available sometime in March/April this year. I’ve made a note in my calendar.
Big Teaze Toys, makers of the rubber duckie vibrators, has launched a new line of luxury toys called B3. They’re moderately priced (less than $100) and feel lovely in the hand.
The ball is my favorite because it snugs gently in the hand, but the capsule is probably a more familiar form factor for people. They’ve designed it so you can focus the full vibrations where you want them while minimizing the amount of vibration that transfers to your hand — no more numb fingers.
Heatseek is a content management system, a browser, a video player, a download manager, a security system, and an adults-only search engine all in one. It has the cleanest user interface of any software I’ve used in a while, adult or otherwise, and lacks even the slightest hint of malware.
The video viewer enables you to set bookmarks so you can go straight to your favorite parts or put sections on loop, while the encryption makes it practically impossible to get to your adult content (“practically” because I believe anything that can be locked can be unlocked, but who’d bother to crack the 128 bits just to see your collection?).
The net effect is you can bring all your adult content, whether local or online, into Heatseek and then no one can see it but you. And you can do so in comfort because the interface is so practical and intuitive and simple.