No matter how beautiful the sex animations are on the virtual playground, they can't compete with the movement of your own body. But soon you will be able to slip into motion-capture suits to capture those uniquely natural moves and engage your entire body in online sexual adventures, rather than limping along with keyboard and mouse.
Kevin Alderman, who's already infamous for the sex animations his company Strokerz Toyz creates for Second Life, is developing a wireless, consumer-level motion-capture suit that's expected to hit shelves in 2009.
"Right now only a dozen or so sites on the web offer downloadable mocap files," Wired News quoted him, as saying.
"You have to wait until some studio becomes benevolent enough to make the animations you want, or you have to engage them for your specific needs," he added.
Personal motion-capture suits will enable residents to contribute sex animations to the world of their choice, and to develop scenarios tailored to their own deepest desires, especially if they team up with others who also have the suits.