Hi-tech 'SEX vest' could let lovers 'fondle remotely' during steamy VR sessions

A NEW virtual reality vest that lets you feel multiple sensations could be used by long-distance lovers.

That's according to sex tech experts who think the OWO Game vest could be used for more than just realistic gaming experiences.

The experts at Sex Tech Guide think the vest has the potential to be used by the sex industry.

One of its writers, Jamie F, said: "Could we one day see vests like these being worn for VR porn sessions, or for other sextech uses?

"The potential is obvious, but the OMO Game haptic vest’s lycra-based design might have to be developed to make it more bodily fluid-proof."

He added: "In many ways, it’d be more surprising if we didn’t see these technologies adapted to make virtual sex feel all the more real."

The vest allows its wearer to feel over 30 different sensations.

It's been designed by Spanish tech company OWO Game.

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The Lycra vest is wireless because it's battery-operated and delivers all sensations to the wearer's upper body.

The haptic vest is being promoted as a gaming and VR vest, not a sex tech accessory.

However, it's much more slimline than other similar vests on the market and that's why it's drawing attention for other reasons.

It can replicate sensations like hugs, wind, rain and punches.

It's also said to let you experience gunshots and fast driving.

All these sensations can be controlled by an app.

The OWO Game vest isn't on sale yet but sign up for pre-order is now open.

Clothing items that let you feel sensations seem to be increasing in popularity in the gaming world.

There are already a few haptic vests out there and you can also get special gloves that let you touch virtual objects.

In other news, China has built an 'artificial moon' to train its astronauts for future missions.

A rugby ball-shaped planet has been spotted outside our Solar System and scientists are calling it deformed.

And, Nasa thinks the James Webb Space Telescope will likely be hit by space debris.

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