Wii-Remote Enabled Mojowijo Device Makes Debut

John Sanford

SEATTLE — The creators of the Wii-remote enabled Mojowijo adult device on Wednesday announced that is now available for sale.

The Mojowijo created a media buzz when its manufacture was announced in mid-2010 as the company landed coverage in publications such as Wired, Wired UK, Tosh.0 Blog, Perez Hilton After Dark and The Sundance Blog.

The device was then featured on Playboy, generating international interest before the final prototype was finished.

Mojowijo works via motion2vibration technology, developed by former Microsoft engineer and company owner Steve DuMosch. This technology allows the devices to control each other over Skype, so that when one party connects a Mojowijo to a Wii remote and then to an internet connected PC, the motions on their end will trigger vibrations on the other party's Mojowijo.

Mojowijo can also be used in the same room, and as a standalone vibrator. Both male and female attachments are available. Thee company said the Mojowijo is not the first adult device compatible with Wii components, but it is "the first to be commercially released on a wide scale around the globe."

The devices are now available for consumer purchase at Mojowijo.com and also for mass distributorship. Interested parties may also partner with Mojowijo through affiliate marketing and JV opportunities.

Creator Steve DuMosch said, "I' excited to be part of this opportunity, and to finally see our product released! We've worked long and hard on it, gone over several bumps in the road and improved the device several times before release. We currently have over 3,000 subscribers to our mailing list, and I'm excited to shopw people the product of all our hard work."

Mojowijo is commercially available now.