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Finally we can put this argument to bed

A Chinese start-up has invented a long-distance kissing machine that transmits usersโ€™ kiss data collected through motion sensors hidden in silicon lips, which simultaneously move when replaying kisses received.

MUA โ€“ named after the sound people commonly make when blowing a kiss โ€“ also captures and replays sound and warms up slightly during kissing, making the experience more authentic, said Beijing-based Siweifushe.

Users can even download kissing data submitted via an accompanying app by other users. The invention was inspired by lockdown isolation. At their most severe, Chinaโ€™s lockdowns saw authorities forbid residents to leave their apartments for months on end.