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What’s more, recent technological developments mean men won’t have to wait for decades to bring home their own “robot wife”.
If they can stump up the ,700 fee, they can install “Hikari” into their bedrooms.
The way virtual love is marketed reflects this as well.
One of the selling points of Hikari, that “wife of the future” we met at the beginning, is that the buyer can switch her off.
They are made to exist only in relation to their (male) owners’ desires. The beating heart of the growing virtual love industry is Japan.
Here, adults can download a Pokemon Go style app that allows them to take a character on virtual dates.
Meanwhile, Tokyo VR company Voltage invented a new experience for a (presumed) straight female audience, where a woman can be “bought” by a wealthy dominant man and act out an S&M fantasy.
She was previously writer-in-residence at Spike Island.In other words, rather than encouraging more social interaction, it indulges the man’s assumed desires.Over in California, the virtual love industry is more focused on exploring how technology can allow people to explore their sexual fantasies than love — but that may change.Then John looked at his watch and said that he had to get going.He didn’t mention getting together again, and that was the last Sara heard from him. There are many possible reasons that John might have decided not to pursue the relationship further: He may simply have decided he was not attracted to her after all, or that she was not as interesting as she seemed in her profile.
The aim is not meeting a niche demand, but offering an upgrade.