The Future Of Adult By Darren Roberts
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It was just another day in the wonderful world of Google when they announced Glass—a pair of sleek eyewear that could change the world.  Texting, video chat, instant access to Google and all of its services, their preview video shows its users partaking in everything from virtually sharing a birthday experience to flinging themselves around on a trapeze.  Their preview did not, however, explore the possibilities that open up for the adult entertainment industry.

Picture this:  you’re at home watching the latest Joanna Angel release on DVD.  You hit the orgy scene and a particular tattooed beauty catches your eye.  Within seconds, you’ve shifted from the standard view to a point-of-view shot recorded by the Glass eyewear her partner had on.  While recording, he looks up at a pink-haired porn star, and you shift again, bouncing around the orgy’s performers.

But it’s not about just changing angles on professional shoots. Glass has infinitely expanded the capabilities and range of point-of-view amateur porn.  No more phones or handheld video cameras handicapping the participants –both hands are now in use—which will create a range of more in depth and creative motion that the amateur industry has been unable to achieve until this point.

Upskirting, recording sex in public, erotic video chat… we want to know what will you do with Glass?

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We are witnessing the technological progress unfold in front of our eyes and soon this seemingly futuristic technology will be both available and affordable for all. No longer is this science fiction, this is our reality.

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Last Saturday, the Sundance Film Festival took a delightful bruising when it debuted Christina Voros’ (127 Hours, The Broken Tower) documentary, Kink.  This film explores the daily ins and outs of premiere BDSM porn studio Kink.com, a subject that Kink’s producer, James Franco (Spider-man, Pineapple Express), found fascinating while touring the 200,000 square foot San Francisco studio during a shoot for another project, About Cherry.

Founded in 1997 by Columbia University alumni Peter Acworth, Kink.com is the alternative pornography site, its wide umbrella encompassing sites such as FuckingMachines.com, Hogtied.com, and PublicDisgrace.com as well as hitting the alternative gay male demographic with MenOnEdge.com and BoundGods.com.

Acworth has devoted his adult life to bringing alternative pornography to the mainstream, not just to fill an already established need, but to help educate those still exploring their sexuality.  Constantly expanding and exploring new directions, the Kink.com brand he created is an excellent representative of the alternative adult industry not only due to its longevity and integrity, but also due to its vision and sense of community.

Bringing the talents of Franco and Voros together to create a film about such an industry giant might finally allow the rest of the world to banish their illusions of not just the alternative porn community, but the adult industry in general.  We have high hopes that this film, as well as the two other adult industry-related films showing at Sundance, Leatherbar and Lovelace, will topple some of the longstanding walls between mainstream viewers and filmmakers and the adult industry.

Read the Sundance Review of Kink here

Learn more about Kink.com and Peter Acworth in The Unsexpected Story

 

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Just imagine what the novelty companies will do with a bendable, pliable, stretchy circuit. Well, beyond adult toys, some companies are betting on stretchable substrates as the future. Beyond traditional electronics, potential stretchable applications include biomedical, wearable, portable, and sensory devices, such as cyber skin for robotic devices and implantable electronics.

“Advances in soft and stretchable substrates and elastomeric materials have given rise to an entirely new field,” says Bingqing Wei, a mechanical engineering professor at the University of Delaware.

According to Wei, the super-capacitor developed in his lab achieved excellent stability in testing and the results will provide important guidelines for future design and testing of this leading-edge energy storage device.

Don’t throw away your vibrators just yet, this technology is still on the bench and will be a few years away. A copy of this work was recently published in Nano Letters, a journal of the American Chemical Society.

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