OMiBod Freestyle W - Skype?

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OMiBod Freestyle W - Skype?

Vanille Vanille
So I heard the Freestyle W is 'Skype-compatible' Has anyone used this feature and could they tell me what it does? I know some toys out there (though very few..) can be operated over the Internet by one's partner, but when I saw Skype-compatible on this one, I just had to know what it does.

I did some research on my own, and efforts as to what it does with Skype came up inconclusive only to the point "This is Skype-compatible!" Well, that's great and all...

Wanna know more.

Thanks for your help!
11/22/2011
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Kikui Kikui
Hmm, the only thing that comes to mind is that the Freestyles come with a cable that allows you to hook the transmitter to a stereo (or computer). I haven't tried that cable yet, but I'd imagine with a computer it'd work for all sounds, not just music. So maybe it'll vibrate while the person on Skype talks? Not sure.
11/23/2011
Ghost Ghost
I have this vibe so I will explain it's limitations.

1) This vibe comes with a wireless receiver (that works very well, I might add!) that plugs into the headphone jack on whatever you want. My husband has used this with his keyboards to "custom make" vibrations for me, as well as his computer to use music software to do the same thing. You can hook it to a standard CD player or whatever you want so that it will vibrate along with the music (this works very well). Don't worry, you can still hear the music as the receiver has a "to" and "from" port to connect speakers. It does not use USB, so your sound will not get muddied.

2) Because you can use this with any standard headphone jack, you can use it with Skype. The way this works is, when the person you are Skyping with makes a noise, it causes the vibrator to react. In this way, your partner does have some control over your vibe depending on how much noise they make, whether they make that noise rhythmically, etc.

3) So, basically, the vibe reacts to SOUND only. Think of it like a vibrating headphone, but not a headphone at all.


If you have more questions, let me know. ~
11/23/2011
Vanille Vanille
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
I have this vibe so I will explain it's limitations.

1) This vibe comes with a wireless receiver (that works very well, I might add!) that plugs into the headphone jack on whatever you want. My husband has used this with his keyboards to ...
Yesss exactly what I was wondering, Thank you so much Elnoa.
11/23/2011
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