The new pleasureware device, called the “DreamRiser,” has been causing quite a stir in the tech community. According to the creators, the device is designed to help users wake up feeling refreshed and energized, using a unique method of stimulation to gently rouse them from sleep. The device is equipped with sensors that monitor the user’s sleep cycles and stress levels, and is programmed to wake them up at the optimal time with a gentle and subtle form of stimulation.
The DreamRiser comes in two different versions: one for women and one for men. The female version is shaped like a crescent moon and is designed to be worn like a tampon. The male version is shaped like a full moon with a hole in the middle and is worn like a condom. Both versions are made of medical-grade silicone and are waterproof.
The creators of the DreamRiser claim that their device will change the way we think about sleep. They argue that traditional alarm clocks can be jarring and disruptive, leaving users feeling groggy and disoriented. In contrast, the DreamRiser’s gentle stimulation is said to help users wake up feeling refreshed and energized. The device is being marketed as a way to start the day with a positive and energizing experience, but it also draws attention to privacy concerns and safety. Some experts are worried about the potential for hacking or unauthorized access to the device, while others are questioning the long-term effects of regularly waking up with an orgasm.
“We understand that this is a controversial and sensitive topic, but we believe that it has the potential to revolutionize sleep and morning routines,” said OrgasTech CEO Jenny Johnson in an interview with The New York Times. “Our device has undergone extensive testing and has been cleared by the FDA, but we understand that some people may have concerns.”
Critics however have expressed concerns about the devices, with some arguing that it may become an addiction. They have also raised questions about the ethics of using pleasure as a way to wake people up. The company behind DreamRiser have stated that the device is designed to be used as a one time a day, for morning wake up and any other use is not recommended and may have negative consequences.
Despite these concerns, the DreamRiser has already generated a lot of buzz, with thousands of pre-orders already placed. Whether it will live up to its promise remains to be seen, but the DreamRiser is certainly a device that is worth keeping an eye on.
“I have to admit, I was a bit skeptical at first, but after using the WakeUp, I’ve never felt more refreshed and energized in the morning,” said Celebrity Kim K on her instagram post. “It’s like starting your day with a little piece of heaven.”
The device is now available for pre-order and with a price tag of $499 as the most expensive yet-to-be-released pleasureware device in the market. Some are questioning the price tag with OrgasTech CEO Jenny Johnson defended it by saying, “We believe this is a reasonable price to pay for the ultimate wake up call.”
The puns for the device write themselves. Now cum to bed. Rise and rise and shine.