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Mrs Allegra is a senior librarian, 30, women, and loves her job. But she has a secret: "She lusts for the young female students sex the women where she works. That's because Mrs Allegra, advertised as having a "charming milf appearance" and "tons of outfits including nudes", is a 3D model available for download.

On the website Slushe, launched this year, creators of 3D virtual sex avatars share their work, which tends to mostly be women with massive breasts. These can be programmed to perform virtual sex in any setting — deserted island at sunset, BDSM dungeon, corporate boardroom, or library reading room. Who's doing this? Probably not that many people at the moment. Though 3D avatar technology has been around for over a decade, making a half-decent women is a lot of work.

Plus, you need a VR headset. The sex popular pieces of "adult artwork" on Slushe have been reviewed only a few thousand times. A sub-reddit for users of the virtual reality sex simulator Virt-A-Mate VAM has just under 9, users and its Patreon has about 8, patrons. The virtual futa tend to be women with big breasts and enormous dicks, and some of them also have cute little elf ears.

The first adult entertainment business to capitalize on this will win. VICE did sex story last week : "A community of 3D graphics hobbyists are making sex selling avatars of real people in order to fulfill their sexual fantasies. This technology is moving fast. InUK researchers predicted DIY porn based on real people could allow spurned exes to create sex avatars of former lovers and carry out depraved and violent acts on them.

Two years later and it's on VICE. The researchers found VR porn troubling. When they asked 45 participants to create their perfect 3D fantasy, the stories featured violent imagery, with men performing degrading sex acts on women. One line cited in the conference paper sounds heavy, but women not any worse than bodice ripper fiction: "Their cocks ram away, powerfully pummeling inside women gasping, writhing girl".

Researcher lead Matthew Wood said at the time : "We found that for most people the potential of a VR porn experience opened the doors to an apparently 'perfect' sexual experience - a scenario which in the real world no-one could live up to.

Though the technology is cutting edge, a major ethical question around 3D sex avatars is an old sex does pornography cause sexual violence? Even sex online violence don't translate offline, would you be comfortable with someone owning a sex doll that looked like you? The most honest answer to the first question is we don't know.

Some lab experiments have shown that people have worse attitudes towards women and higher aggression after viewing violent women, but that other forms of porn have no — or opposite — effects. Research on countries where porn has become more easily accessible show no increase in sex crimes. And sex offenders often had less and later exposure to porn than other kinds of offenders.

Dr Xanthe Mallett, a criminologist at University of Newcastle, proposes caution: "We don't know if people will do that but we don't know they won't. South Australia, NSW, Victoria and the ACT have specific criminal offences for image-based sexual abuse, including images that have been altered or manipulated. Suing for defamation is an option, if you can prove that the defendant published false and disparaging material that identified you.

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But the technology to create photorealistic 3D models of real people is rapidly approaching —and it's getting easier for the average user to access those tools and programs. Some software that's already available automates much of the process for creating the 3D likenesses of real people. Rendering a realistic human is a process which historically required the specialized technical knowledge of teams of artists in game and special effects studios.

Those studios, traditionally, have to obtain the rights to use someone's likeness before rendering them, but many hobbyists seemingly make avatars of anyone, with or without their consent. The user was specifically talking about Foto2Vam, a program that uses a photograph of a real person's face to automatically generate a 3D model with the same face, which can then be used in VR.

Another user on the same thread said they also use Foto2Vam to render ex-girlfriends performing sexual acts. They wrote that some 3D models turn out better than others depending on how many quality photographs of the person they can work with.

Another user explained that they've previously created adult content using Daz 3D—a software for creating 3D models of people that is popular with hobbyists because it's free—but that VaM has fulfilled their dream of interacting with that content in virtual reality.

They explained that they recreate real people using a combination of well known, commercial, or free software like Photoshop, Daz 3D, the digital sculpting tool ZBrush, and FaceGen , software similar to Foto2Vam which also generates 3D faces using photographs.

Better hair creation, better clothes, shaders On a Discord channel dedicated to VaM, one user explained that there's nothing people can do to stop VaM creators from making adult content using their likeness, especially public figures:. It's our world and freedom, they can't stop us from jacking off, nobody can, they can merely choose extreme privacy," that user said. None of the users posting publicly about making real people replied to our request for comment, but some deleted their posts after we contacted them.

There's nothing inherently wrong with 3D-rendered porn. People have been using computer graphics to create adult content for decades. Second Life still has a large community focused on adult content, and video game assets are often modified to create porn , sometimes featuring the likeness of real actors.

Sites like Pornhub are filled with 3D-rendered porn videos. But VaM and the community around it, including the 7, members of its active subreddit, are different because they make it relatively trivial to create a 3D model that looks like someone who exists in the real world and share it with others. Users can then use those 3D models to create still images and animated videos, or have sex with them using a VR headset and a connected sex toy like the Fleshlight Launch, which automatically strokes the person's penis in sync with action on screen.

The communities that are currently trading in these 3D models prove that there is an audience for this type of customizable adult content, a creator class that is willing to do the work to provide it, and an online infrastructure for both creators and bigger corporations like Patreon, Reddit, and Daz which already profit from it.

There are many ways for a person get custom 3D-rendered porn. According to a community wiki, the free version of VaM gives users access to a single "scene" and model, whose body they can modify with a series of sliders, and position by manipulating different body parts in real time.

Users who contribute to the VaM Patreon get more interactive and customization features in VaM, like the ability to download scenes made by other creators in the community, customize hair and clothing, and "manually undress models by pulling the clothes off with your in-game hands. The VaM community wiki also instructs users how to create faces using reference photos, create their own animations, and import full models or individual body parts created by other users.

For example, the wiki instructs users how to give a 3D model a realistic vagina by downloading one from Renderotica, a community and marketplace for 3D-rendered porn. In 3D modeling this item is called a "morph," which broadly refers to a method for changing the shape of 3D models. A list of compatible morphs in the wiki includes "8 orgasm expression morphs," "a large balls morph," and "the cherry on top of your blowjob collection, introducing a brand new set of lip morphs.

Nonconsensual use of people's likenesses is a controversial topic in 3D-rendered porn communities. Davos sells extreme fetish accessories and scenes on Renderotica. It's a site where creators like Davos sell adult comics created with 3D models, or 3D body parts that can be modify Daz 3D models. Another creator of 3D human models that are used in adult content and whose work is supported on Patreon was adamant that the VaM community isn't all about porn, and isn't all about recreating real people, either.

Dark aspects have to be expected from porn communities but those can be kept under control. The VaM community subreddit's rules instruct members not to post images, videos, or scenes "that could be considered illegal, strongly offensive, or immoral," but has no stated rule about posting 3D models or adult content of real people. In fact, the rules explicitly allow users to post 3D renderings of celebrities as long as they don't include real photos or use their real names in the post: "Abbreviations, nicknames and different names are perfectly fine," the rules state.

Not surprisingly, because of the availability of high-quality photos of them online, and simply because people love to fantasize about unattainable public figures, sharing 3D models of celebrities is one of the most common activities in the community. The celebrities are recognizable on sight, and sometimes their fake name alluded to their real name, or their identity is referred to in user comments.

Almost all the 3D models we saw were of women, but we spotted at least two 3D models of men: Joaquin Phoenix and Chris Pratt. These posts usually include a link to a file sharing site where other users can download the 3D model and use it themselves, and sometimes a Patreon page, which some creators use to collect money for their work.

Studies show that women are the most common targets of nonconsensual porn, and abusive manipulated imagery like deepfakes. Experts and victims alike say that even if it's not "real," the experience of seeing one's likeness in nonconsensual porn spread across the internet is legitimate trauma, similar to sexual assault, and not very different from actual revenge porn or spreading sex tapes and nudes without consent. One creator in the community who uses Twitter to share their work—including a 3D model of an almost-nude celebrity tied up, her face covered in viscous white fluid—said that he has been making 3D models and characters professionally for video games, television, and other commercial videos and simulations for 30 years.

He added that he has created 3D models of real people he knew, sometimes with their permission.