Likebelt: Dry Hump Your Surroundings For Facebook Likes

We have a feeling that NFC (Near Field Communication) was probably not invented with this resulting device in mind.  Presenting DeepLocal's LikeBelt: taking the simple action of tapping your smartphone against tags, and replacing it with an awkward thrust of the connected belt buckle.

An NFC chip is placed into the belt buckle, and connected to the phone via both a wired connection and an app to receive and translate whatever data is collected into actions.  Example: a shop/restaurant/point of interest has a Google places 'check-in' tag.  

Normally, if you were feeling so adventurous as to publicise your location, it would be the rather unstylish process of tapping your phone to the printed logo.  Now, however, you can go straight up and crotch-thrust, making the process all the more simpler and sexier for passers by.  Faster than you can say "Giggidy giggidy," you will be liking links, adding friends and communicating solely by dry-humping the receiver of your social media insight.

Full instructions on how to create your own technological chastity belt are available at the source link; but take a look at the video and make sure you're prepared for a life of constant, rapid pelvic movements.  Interested?  We knew you would be.

LikeBelt from deeplocal on Vimeo.

 

Source: LikeBelt