I, Uh, I Don't Know If That's What Nintendo Had In Mind: Wiimote Sex Toys

August 31, 2010


It was only a matter of time: add-ons that turn Wiimotes into sex toys. Why? I don't know, but the penis one definitely looks like a robot's pincers. Thanks but no thanks but okay just this once, amirite?!

From the Mojowijo website:

The device is attached to the accessory port on a Nintendo Wii* remote control. The control is then connected to a bluetooth enabled PC running Mojowijo software. Using Mojowijo's patent pending Motion2Vibration technology, the device is able to transform the varying motions of the control into appropriate vibration signals and send them to another selected device - in the same room or over the internet. (Wii gaming console NOT required). Essentially turning your Wii remotes into shared, remote controlled vibrators (aka wii vibrator or wiibrator!)

Now I don't know about you, but there's nothing I find more erotic than knowing the F***ING WIIMOTE ATTACHMENT wrapped around my lifeless wiener is being controlled by a heavyset man hundreds, possibly even thousands of miles away beating his own wiener with a Nintendo controller (in my dreams he's reclined in a La-Z-Boy with a bag of chips resting on his stomach). Now if you'll excuse me, I need to take a cold shower. Well technically I don't need it to be cold, I just never paid the electricity. Who's the thrift king?!

Video explanation of the technology after the jump.

Mojowijo Lets Users Turn Their Wii Remotes Into Vibrators for Virtual Sex [sfweekly]

Thanks to Mister J, Shenanigans, Uncle_FUJ and Andy, who all have old Dreamcast versions that work just fine. Ooooh, vintage sex toys. I'm in to it!

  • Ratsyte Rats

    We could really to be happy about the new generation vibrators, because you do not have to worry about embarrassing moments, when someone finds you your, and you know why? Because sometimes you cannot even say, that it is a sex toy! For example:
    vibrators. These looks very pleasant to your eye.

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