@ Duke Nukem - Actually, it does not end there. 2 weeks ago on one of the popular morning shows they were discussing a new line of men and womens underwear that is filled with motors and actuators that mimic movements and touches from your special someone while they are wearing the glove paired to your undies.
Maybe, as a cognitive psychologist I often have questions as to what purpose that young women (or often young girls) have for wearing such things, so perhaps ‘hits’ is a freudian slip as to my true suspicions behind the desire for such devices. As a cultural anthropology I find the Japanese to be exceptional interesting as its a cultural full of conflicts and contradictions, but as a geek I appreciate their willingness to embrace technology in whatever funky form. I should also mention that I have a NeuroSky MindWave device, interesting device with lots of interesting potential, but its most successful marketable devices thus far have been ears and tails and then to think they are taking the tail thing to a social app level, again only the Japanese (use of a technology to solve a cultural issue).
@ ianlee74 - lol… I didn’t even think about that… could you imagine there is a room of women with these bras and all of a sudden, a hot guy comes in and then you start to see a chain reaction of chests starting to become active because the bras are going crazy under their shirts. It would almost be like a bunch of alien chest bursters.