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Durex Releases Vibrating Underwear Controlled by App

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A new product is being launched by condom company Durex that aims to bring long-distance couples closer together.

It's called Fundawear, and consists of a bra, his and hers electric underwear and an app to control them. 

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They say it is the "future of foreplay," as lovers miles away can tease each other with just the touch of a button.

It was announced on Wednesday through the company's YouTube page. In the video, a young couple is seen laughing as the man uses the app to simulate that he is touching her breast. 

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"It fees like you're touching me," she says.

In other videos, the underwear is explained in more detail. 

They have equipped the bra and underpants with miniature actuators to produce a sensation similar to touch. Five actuators are in each bra cup and six are in the underpants. They are similar to the vibrations released from a mobile phone.

Durex claims their product is superior to all other vibrating underwear products on the market, but there are some similar ones that may be more appealing. 

Vibease is a miniature vibrator that runs through a text and picture-messaging app. It was launched on Google Play last September. 

There's also LovePalz, "the world's first Internet-enabled sex toy," which doesn't have an app. 

And for those that want a more innocent way to keep the bond alive between long-distance lovers, MIT created a Like-A-Hug jacket which mimics a human hug when the wearer has it on. CuteCircuit also created a hug device called HugShirt, which uses special sensors to measure hug strength, skin warmth and heartbeat.

Sources: IB Times, Guardian