Nomurashitsu Technologies, a Japanese tech company, has recently invented an implantable device to assist in decreasing infidelity and saving marriages. The purpose of the device is to help couples be accountable for their actions and alert each other when adultery is occurring. The technology firm has created a “genital implant” that will alert your cell phone via text message or push notification if your partner goes astray. It is called iCommit.
iCommit is a small microchip that is implanted at the tip of a man or woman’s genital. The microchip is then registered to the iPhone app and are synced together via GPS. If at any time, one of these chips are involved in sexual intercourse without connecting to the paired chip, it will alert the partner’s cell phone of the sexual action.
“We’ve been developing this technology for about a decade. We firmly believe that when couples take their vows, they should remain faithful to each other,” said founder and developer, Dr. Otasaku Tomochisu.
“It is time that couples become accountable for their actions. For too long, partners have been able to cheat and neither of them are aware of what the other is doing. We believe that our anti-cheating technology will make individuals think twice about having an affair and will cut down on the spread of STD’s in marriages from outside sources. We’ve already received 30,000 pre-orders for the implant since our announcement of the device. If your partner is unwilling to get our implant, you want to reconsider staying with them.”
The company aims to have the device ready for implanting by February 2017 and is only available for iPhone users. The company has not indicated a specific date for Android compatibility.