It consists of a hollow saddle -like seat containing two powerful electric motors , motor speed controller boards, gearing, pullies and a platform on cranked axils such that a ridge on the top of the unit can be made to vibrate through a range of speeds as set using a wired external hand controller, and an upward pointing shaft set on an angle through the ridge can be made to rotate at speeds from zero rpm to several hundred rpm, again by use of the wired remote control. Flexible moulded attachments are supplied which fit over the vibrating ridge and shaft which mostly have integrated dildos on their top. In use, the rider locates the dildo into their body cavity for internal stimulation while pressing their external erogenous parts on the vibrating ridge. According to its inventor Dave Lampert, the Sybian was first conceived in the s, and developed in A prototype was built in from sheet metal mounted on a wooden frame with a vibrator projecting through an opening inside the housing; a second prototype became the basis for current production models. Lampert and his team initially called the device Master Better , shortened to "MB" for about four years before selecting a new name for it. The prefix syb in Sybian was derived from Sybaris , an Ancient Greek city in southern Italy which was associated with luxurious living.
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Scientists have devised a machine that can help women achieve 'emphatic' orgasms at the push of a button. Slightly smaller than a packet of cigarettes, the device uses electrodes attached to the patients spine, with orgasms being triggered by a remote control. The machine is not intended for a mass market looking to spice up their day at whim or expedite their sexual encounters however, but for women who normally struggle to achieve orgasm. North Caroline surgeon Stuart Meloy told New Scientist how he conjured up the idea while performing a procedure on a female patient. Clinical trials of the machine are due to commence later in the year, with Meloy adding that it could help couples with withering sex lives.
This art directly references the images used to promote RealTouch. The illustration was made by Carly Jean Andrews. This piece first appeared in Logic, a new magazine about technology.