There appear to be problems within the Chinese society, as exhibited by a new $2,800 device being introduced to a hospital in Nanjing that helps to automate the extraction of sperm for donation. In America, due to an apparent glut of sperm, such technology would probably be used to help quadriplegics, but in China it’s designed for infertility patients that would prefer to be aroused by the machine.
According to the Daily Mail, the director of the urology department at Zhengzhou Central Hospital believes this is a more comfortable option for some patients over the “old fashioned” method. The device’s operating nozzle adjusts to proper height, is temperature controlled, and will undulate at the desired speed for a desired effect. Most helpful is the built-in screen that can play the viewing material of your choice.
(hat tip: Dvice)