The future of wearable technology has just entered the bedroom with this Smart Condom.
Meet i.Con, the world’s first smart condom that tracks your performance during intercourse.
With your trusty smart phone or tablet you can track the calories you burn during intercourse, the speed of your thrusts and the duration and frequency of your sessions. Even better, you can even track different positions you have tried, and you can even compare your scores with others around the world.
So, exactly how does this new technology work?
i.Con is an actual ring that sits over the base of a condom and which, believe it or not, is reusable. Its makers claim it is comfortable and a big selling point with it is that it’s lightweight and water resistant.
The technology utilizes a Nano-chip and sensors and data is paired to the device via Bluetooth technology. All you need to do is download the free app and you can measure your performance from each romp session in the bedroom, or the living room, or wherever you fancy.
The technology also comes with an integrated micro USB port, so all you need to do is plug it into your computer or a main plug and your smart condom ring will be charged up in no time (approximately an hour). Each charge lasts around 6-8 hours of ‘live’ usage.
You might be thinking that this technology is pricey. No worries, it doesn’t come close to breaking the bank. Each one retails for $73 (CDN).
What the Smart Condom Records
- Calories burnt during sexual intercourse
- Speed of thrusts
- Total number of thrusts
- Frequency of sessions
- Total duration of sessions
- Average velocity of thrusts
- Girth measurement
- Average skin temperature
Yes, this is the new ‘FitBit’ for your ‘you know what.’
This technology may sound weird but it’s sure a great conversation piece, and remember this is one you can add to the “what in the hell will they think of next files?”
About the Author
Paul Fitzgerald is a journalist based in Toronto. He is a writer and blogger for HOSS Magazine and Vitalize Magazine, and is a columnist with the Toronto Sun (“Home, Smart, Home” – New Homes and Condos Section). He is also a science and technology columnist with InventorSpot.com and blogs for CNN International Report. His work […]Read Bio Read Posts