Use of teledildonics on cam is fairly common practice these days. If you don’t already have an interactive toy in your room, you’ve at least heard of such things. But a teledildonic book? This was new to me.
According to the company’s website, the Little Bird from B. Sensory is the first sex toy synchronized to an erotic reading application. Using your phone or tablet, you interact with the words by lightly brushing the screen as you read an erotic tale. The teledildonic “little bird” then vibrates in concert.
“Words become caresses, and reading becomes a real sensory experience,” according to B. Sensory’s website.
Christel le Coq, B. Sensory’s founder and chief executive officer, was an erotic reading lover herself before becoming a sex toy entrepreneur.
“I wanted to unite the power of words to the potential of connected objects to imagine a new way to read and take pleasure, solo or duo,” le Coq notes on the B.Sensory website.
It takes work to add haptic feedback to a story; therefore, the little bird only interacts with erotica that’s already been added to B. Sensory’s app. The company offers more than 50 texts to choose from, though. With titles like In Control: The Tinkling of Tiny Silver Bells and Skin Effect: The Bell House Invitation, there seems to be a lot of options.
The Little Bird also can be remote-controlled for interactive use with a partner — or yourself, if you’d rather insert your own haptic feedback via the device’s 10 modes of vibration.
People like the Little Bird. The device received a CES Innovation Award in 2016 due to its potential to initiate new, personalized and immersive reading experiences that will add emotional value to devices and technology. Which brings us to the key question: Do you need this?
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Like most “clever” sex toys available today, the Little Bird sounds interesting, yet complicated – especially for personal use.
Regarding work use potential though, the Little Bird could provide an interesting mode of connection with some members. Shows that involve readings of haptic novels have an obvious spectator allure, as well as a bit of a (gently) forced orgasm thing. Since the vibrations are pre-programed to go off if/when you interact with certain words’ spots on the page, a game of mandatory page interaction could qualify as compulsory cumming. Further, though you could allow a user to remote-control any number of sex toys as you read a book, something about a toy intended for erotic literature is kinda titillating.
So really, do you need the Little Bird? It’s definitely got some potential for creative connections and shows — if its shtick corresponds with yours, that is.
Erika Chan is a sex positive people watcher (and writer). Email her at email@example.com.
Here’s some interesting background about the Little Bird and Christel le Coq on Wired.