Close to over a decade now, the world seems to have taken this magical leap into the social era of interaction which happens to be one of the biggest advantages of going online. Social media has indeed been a benchmark in globalising the world by bringing individuals from across the planet together within a few clicks here and there. This advancement has shown a tremendous progress in the last couple of years, raising the number of social network users from 1.47 billion in 2012 to 1.73 billion in 2013, showing a rise of 18% in merely one year. Spending an average of 5.2 hours on social media per day, the human world has adapted this way of networking so well that the very thought of social media sites going down for even a minute makes them panic like hell.
What once was fiction and unimaginable is so possible now with these new generation of social platforms – making friends across diverse cultures and nations are now just one click away. Yet, amongst all this grandeur and communal feeling, there still lacks a sense of physical interaction which happens to be the core essence of being a human. The true bonding of love, of feeling that intimate connection with your partner, all seems close to fulfillment on social media but is still far away. That’s where Kiiroo comes into the limelight by merging the pleasures of both the online and offline world into a social platform where you can seek pleasures of intimacy in the most sensational way possible.
Seeking Pleasures of Intimacy in a Sensational Way
The first network adding a tactile sensation to social media and letting you experience the joy of love connection digitally, Kiiroo is simply redefining the next generation of designer intimacy hardware. The 1993 sci-fi action drama Demolition Man sprouted the initial seeds of this unconventional idea into the minds of the young souls behind Kiiroo who thereafter, started this groundbreaking journey of creating a beautiful amalgamation of technology with human interaction. One platform and two devices can now turn your long-distance relationship into a mere blend of warmth and attachment that gives you the ultimate bliss of being together. Call it the first intimate social tech gadget or the next generation of designer sex toys, Kiiroo is one of its kind when it comes to embracing this new era of technology into the very way one communicates online.
A secure social platform with a luxurious set of fancy gadgets, Kiiroo adds that special sense of physical touch while you interact with your partners online thus erasing the barriers that lies between the physical and the virtual world. Couples can feel the physical togetherness even while they are miles away through this out-of-the-box communication network that takes the joy of being loved to a different stature altogether.
A Secure Social Platform with a Perfect Blend of Tech Devices
The male device using a set of Kiiroo’s patented ring technology and the female device using the mere concept of capacitive touch like that in smartphones, transmits the sensations across the virtual boundaries with the help of Kiiroo’s social platform. As Toon Timmermans, co-founder of Kiiroo Technologies rightly says, “We believe that despite the distance or time difference, some online relationships are worth exploring.” That’s the perception keeping which in mind Kiiroo is setting it’s way to pioneer the introduction of sensory touch into social media.
Privately funded till date, Kiiroo has now turned onto Indiegogo for their very first mass-scale production and are doing quite a satisfactory round till date. “The journey of Kiiroo was all about finding that sweet spot between technology, emotion, intimacy, curiosity and identity,” says Reno Voet, co-founder of Kiiroo Technologies and they are indeed proving it right for the true distant lovers out there. Now coming at a price of $149, Kiiroo can be the perfect gift idea for your far-off Valentine this year. Unwinding it’s way into the new dimensions of social interaction, what’s left to watch is how Kiiroo will regenerate itself with every new advancement in technology that lies in the future. Happy Gadgeting!