Vibease: 'World’s first wearable smart vibrator' syncs with your iPhone

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The Vibease can be controlled remotely from a smartphone or sync with an audio 'fantasy'

A crowd-funding campaign has been launched for the "world’s first wearable smart vibrator"; a Bluetooth-enabled device that can sync its movements with audiobooks like Fifty Shades of Grey or be controlled remotely by a smartphone.

“Whilst most personal massages focus on strength they overlook the other senses that play an important role in the pleasure experience,” says journalist Hermione Way, spokesperson for the Vibease. “We understand that physical stimulation alone is not enough.”

“Research shows hearing, mood, emotion and fantasies play a big part in a woman's sexual pleasure and satisfaction. We've created a product using revolutionary technology to tap into how women are designed to best experience pleasure.”

The 'Fantasy app' offers a library of audio tracks with an accompanying 'score' for the vibrator. Users can even create and share their own.

The Vibease comes with a paired ‘Fantasy App’ from which user can select an audio fantasy to create “an immersive sensual experience”:

“As the audio fantasy sets the mood your vibrator will begin changing intensity and rhythm based on the content of the story.”

Users can also ‘score’ their own fantasies, pairing a sequence of vibrations with anything from a favourite song to an audio-recording of their partner’s voice. These can then be uploaded to the app’s marketplace to be downloaded by others.

The Vibease can be controlled from anywhere in the world via a second smartphone connected to the internet.  

The app also offers remote control via a second smartphone connected over the internet as well as an inbuilt private message system, both allowing “your partner to control the vibrations from anywhere in the world”.

The Vibease is 3.1-inches in length making it “small, discreet and wearable”. Made from ‘body-safe’ silicone the device pairs with Android and iOS devices and is both waterproof and rechargeable.

The campaign has currently raised just under $13,000 of its $15,000 goal on Indiegogo and offers a top founder reward of $5,990 for one hundred vibrators. See below for the full pitch from the company, though you might want to skip to a minute in to avoid the informercial style 'demonstration'.

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