More than one in ten British women fancy having sex in virtual reality, according to the latest research.
And nearly half (40%) reckon that technological advancements will make the future of sex more fun and enjoyable.
Responding to a survey carried out by fertility tracking app Natural Cycles , 2,618 British women gave their thoughts on the high-tech future of sex.
15% of respondents (all aged 17 - 50) said they currently use apps to help find sexual satisfaction whilst 20% said they would like to use social media for sexual arousal.
Thousands of women want to try sex in VR (Photo: Natural Cycles)
And it seems that Brits are open minded when it comes to strapping on a virtual reality headset and exploring 3D digital worlds.
“Future technologies, like advanced wearable tech, virtual reality, intelligent sex toys and artificial skin, are becoming part of our everyday lives and redefining the way we enjoy sex,” said Dr Elina Berglund, CTO and co-founder of Natural Cycles.
Over half of those quizzed by Natural Cycles (63%) say they already use, or would like to use, sex toys. And the future of frisky business looks bright - several companies already offer techy toys for women to enjoy.
Creators of the Lioness vibrator claim it can help women better understand their sex driveand even figure out how long they should spend on foreplay, using data transmitted to a phone app by sensors embedded inside.
The project reached full funding less than four days after it was posted on Indiegogo.
Lioness co-founder Liz Klinger said: "I grew up in a conservative family. We never talked about sex.
"I wanted to create a vibrator that could empower women to learn more about their bodies."
Other experts have gone even further, with one "futurologist" suggesting that women could soon swap male partners for robotic ones altogether.