Saucy new 'Virgy' app lets randy users host virtual ORGIES with up to 20 'lockdown partners'

WITH virtual communication becoming the norm as social distancing continues, one adult website is taking things a step further.

Adult Friend Finder has announced the creation of Virgy, a virtual way to attend an orgy.

According to Sex Tech Guide, the company has been working on Virgy for a while.

It is said to offer virtual rooms with hundreds of partners and you virtually pair up with 20 of these people.

Adult Friend Finder said: "Virgy will be free to access for anyone looking for a steamy escape from the monotonous routine of self-isolation."

The web app is aimed at encouraging social distancing by convincing people to meet up virtually.

Adult Friend Finder claims to have gone to efforts to make sure there is no awkward freezing moments during the video calls.

Users are also encouraged to use teledildonic sex toys that can be controlled by someone that's on the other side of the world.

There's also a range of different rooms for different kinds of fetishes.

Gunner Taylor, director of strategic development for FriendFinder Networks said Virgy was an "engaging platform for people looking to find quick flings and casual partners, to long-term relationships.”

The website states: "Embrace social distancing while enhancing your sex life.

"Our Virtual Orgy feature lets you hook up with hundreds of people at one time from the safety of your own home.

"Make a sexual connection with singles and swingers from around the world and explore your hottest fantasies together!"

Virtual Reality v.s. Augmented Reality – what's the difference?

Here's what you need to know…

  • Virtual reality involves using a headset to simulate a virtual world
  • In a VR world, everything you see will be computer-generated
  • Popular VR headsets include the HTC Vive and Facebook's Oculus Rift
  • Augmented reality lets you see the real world, but "augments" (or adds on) computer-generated elements
  • This means you'll be able to see computer images overlaid onto your real-world view
  • For instance, you could wear glasses that overlay directions onto the road in front of you
  • Popular AR headsets include Microsoft's HoloLens and the Google Glass spectacles

In other news, WhatsApp will soon let users make video calls with up to 50 people at once.

Facebook has launched a dedicated Gaming app for streaming and playing with pals.

And, the social network has also debuted a new chat app for couples called Tuned.

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