A study in Japan trying to develop technology that could send kisses through the internet. Including lip and tongue movements.
This was done through research developed tactile communications Kajimoto Laboratory at the University of Electro-Communications, Japan.
Reporting from DigInfo, Tuesday (05/03/2011), the study is trying to transmit sensations of taste and kiss 'distance'.
How it works is simple, on one side of a device will record movements of the tongue and lips while kissing someone. Movement was recorded by software that can then be sent to another device for re-cooked.
Currently, research is merely the movement of the tongue. Later, another factor of a kiss will also be recorded and can be sent.
"Elements of a kiss among them is the sensation of the senses of taste, the flow of the breath until the moisture level of the tongue," said the researchers who developed this prototype.