Inspired by the huge popularity of a You Tube video that shows a woman giving birth in a tropical creek, some critics say such a show could kick off a dangerous trend that will endanger mothers and their babies alike.'We’re taking extreme precautions to make sure the mothers and the babies are safe,' Eli Lehrer, Lifetime’s senior VP and head of nonfiction programming, told Entertainment Weekly.When a new kind of technology comes along, whether it’s something small like a computer chip or something huge like the World Wide Web, it nearly always follows the same path to mass adoption.And then, usually concurrently, there are two other industries that regularly embrace new technology before the average consumer wades in: Games… We have seen this time and time again over the last 100 years.The internet was created by DARPA, but it was the reserve of hackers, gamers, and porn surfers for years before mom and pop finally started emailing and checking their bank balance online.First, because new technology offers a strategic advantage (and tends to be very expensive), the military gives it a whirl.Later, the bleeding-edge early-adopter enthusiasts jump on board and start espousing it as the Next Big Thing.You may unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time.As if I don't already watch enough reality TV, TLC is going to be debuting a crop of new shows this season.
First we’ll look at the current state of the art for virtual reality sex, and then we’ll look at the future of sex. Those of you who have been on the internet for a long time will no doubt notice the similarities between the “horse” in the video above, and the Sybian saddle.
However, Brides Gone Styled was a shoo-in for that number one spot.
Combining everything we loved about What Not to Wear and Say Yes to the Dress, Brides Gone Styled will delight us with tacky brides.
As component costs come down, and as high-profile devices like the Oculus Rift stoke the imaginations of technophiles everywhere, it is now high time for VR to make the jump from military applications to gaming and sex.
Over the last few months, I’ve been tracking the Oculus Rift’s slow but inexorable rise to sex simulator stardom.