Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Give your partner a sensational kiss

             Globally attachment to your partner

                                                                                                        Date 28-1-2017
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist
British Neuroscience Association

Give your partner a sensational kiss
can make your brain cells active
I am surprised to see an article titled as “Now, kiss your partner where they are” appeared in ‘The Times of India dated 22-12-2016 stating Long-distance relationships can be difficult and, while apps like Face-Time, Snapchat and Skype mean lovers can see and talk to each other –what about real physical intimacy? Enter: the Kissinger.
A gadget that enables couples to kiss each other through the internet, the Kissinger –derived from the words kiss and messenger –has been the subject of university lab tests for the last couple years, So how does it work?
Essentially, it’s a brightly colored holster that attaches to your smartphone with a plastic pad attached at the bottom. When you lock lips with it, the pad senses pressure points and transmits the sensation through to an identical holster on your partner’s phone wherever they may be.
“Kissing is the most direct and universal expression of intimacy and affection,” Emma Yann Zhang, who worked on the prototype, told a Love and Sex with Robots congress at Goldsmiths, University of London.
The creators of the device say it has helped users get on-board with machine-based touching and while it is aimed at couples, it can be used outside of romantic relationships. “parents can also use Kissinger to give their children a kiss on the cheek when they are away at work,” its creators said. They admit that a lot more work is needed to create a more life-like make-out experience. The team is now looking to build scent into the more kissing so the user can get the authentic smell of the person that they want to kiss.

This non-physical attachment has become the possible way of liking each other just by kissing through the intimacy of squeezing lips on the electronic gadget giving another level of intimacy among them. This intimacy can brighten the memory cells in the brain and reduce the vacuum of love among the partners. Thus it can avoid diseases to some extent like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s and other forms of dementia through these electronic activation gadgets. 
      Nalin Ranjan
Brian Research Work 

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