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Consumer teledildonics update: HighJoy alive, Sinulator dead; plus, Virtual Sex Machine and RealTouch

September 26th, 2009 · 1 Comment

I have not been able to get a response from Sinulator folks by email or by phone, and have received a few emails in the past few months from other people who have experienced the same thing. Sinulator was a growing thing when I wrote The Sexual Revolution 2.0 but you know how it is with those tech start-ups, particularly SEX tech start-ups.

HighJoy is still around, however. I corresponded with them this week (had to resolve a billing issue, which they took care of promptly and courteously).


There’s also the Virtual Sex Machine if you don’t want the bother of finding an online partner first.

Virtual Sex Machine

RealTouch appears to be going strong, but then, Sinulator hasn’t taken its website down either, so I’ll drop them an email and see what’s up. Like the Virtual Sex Machine, this one interacts with videos, not with humans on the other end of the internet.

Update: RealTouch is alive and well, and will be at the Exotic Erotic Ball in San Francisco on October 24th, as well as at next year’s Adult Entertainment Expo.

Anyone else who has some teledildonics stuff going, please give us an update and a link in the comments. My focus has been on consumer-friendly stuff that doesn’t require a whole lot of tech-savvy to figure out, but I know there’s a lot more geekdildonics out there than n00bdildonics….

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  • 1 Frankie da Fish // Oct 20, 2009 at 5:54 pm

    So my take on this teledildonics thing is that a few lawyers came up with this catchy word and a basic concept, patented the concept every which way possible, and then are sitting back waiting for people to come out with products so they can swoop in and slam them with an infringement. Correct take or not ? This may be more of the issue than available technology …