Japanese candy maker Puccho has developed a virtual reality helmet Puccho AN with a special manipulator that throws sweets directly into the mouth.
One question: why?
In 4D glasses, the user sees the Japanese pop idol Cannu Hashimoto, who offers him a candy, and the mechanical hand is synchronized with the girl's movements to create a presence effect. The official Twitter-account Puccho plays two such gadgets among subscribers. This is more a project to attract attention than a real product.
On the characteristics of Puccho AN nothing is reported, but the glasses look like a modified version of the Samsung Gear VR VR headset with a front manipulator. In any case, after holographic girl-friends and miniature dancing girls for $ 9000, we are not so surprised.