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Sinful Robot to bring 'erotic encounters' to Oculus Rift


11:00 AM on 12.15.2012
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Irvine, California-based startup Sinful Robot has its sights set on the Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset and is "developing the world's first series of fully-immersive erotic encounters." It was only a matter of time, and hey, someone's got to do it.

The company is looking to expand ahead of the Rift's release in 2014, with a number of open positions for 3D artists and animators. In a Reddit thread, Sinful Robot commented that thanks to the device, "we can finally make an erotic adventure game that will actually be exciting." There's nothing quite like porn to drive adoption of new technology.

Here comes the virtual reality porn [Mote & Beam via Polygon]






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