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Now you’re going to have to bear with me while I explain the concept behind this idea. The Kajimoto Laboratory iat the University of Electro-Communications in Japan is conducting research into tactile communications, with the aim of creating a device which can effectively transmit the feeling of a French kiss.

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Described, somewhat crudely as ‘the device for communications within the mouth’, the objective is to obtain the feeling of French kissing somebody.

Now, I’m not convinced this can really work, or even, to be honest that I want it too. I much prefer the real thing but in some instances I can see that there could be a market for this. Imagine if you could French kiss your idol – well obviously that sounds nice but I mean via this device. Could be interesting for fans perhaps?

At present the Kajimoto Labs have only managed to get this working via PC but they would like to develop the concept for mobile apps.

As we and Kajimoto know only too well the elements of a kiss include the sense of taste, the maner of breathing and the moistness of the tongue. They point out ‘If we can recreate all of those elements we believe it will be a very powerful device’.

Take a look at the video above, and let us know your thoughts.

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