Computer Animated Porn is Legal!

Is it just virtual?

By on May 1st, 2007 12:31 GMT
Would you like to see an Angelina Jolie porn movie? Or maybe a J-Lo, or Jessica Alba porn? Computer animated porn may be the solution. And it's not illegal. Yet!

CGI stands for computer generated images and it has become indispensable (if not the base!) for the movie industry. And with information technology advancing in giant steps, this could become a reality sooner than you think.

For now the only real limitations are those of the technology, but the difference between real actors and computer generated ones are gradually fading. Some movie productions feature the latest advances in this field and have achieved incredible detail levels, such as individual body hairs, eyes configuration and advanced skin texture.

And when money is the only thing that sets the limits of computer animation and its uses, the multi-billion dollars porn industry is sure on the lookout for new opportunities to take advantage of the new technology.

Computer animation is the next big thing in porn.

At the moment, producers do not need to worry about any of those laws if their performers are computer-generated.

In the porn business, 18 U.S.C. 2257 is the federal law that requires every node in the pornography network to maintain records on every performer appearing in an adult film, including their real names, addresses and the probable sex of their first born.

This, however, does not apply to fictional characters. So technically there's no limit for this kind of porn. I mean none at all! So, gay porn, lesbian porn and even zoophile porn could very well develop without the existing restrictions.

And if a producer decides to have as main character a 90 percent identical animation of a celebrity, (enough to allow him to escape copyright prosecution - all hale "reasonable doubt"!) like Angelina Jolie, Jordan or anyone else he can think of, we could see a new breed of "celebrity look-alike" performers.

Innovative entrepreneurs have started to realize the huge potential, like Tahl Price, co-founder of Priceless Films NSFW, a 3-D modeling and animation studio based in a quiet gated community just off Mulholland Drive in the Hollywood hills. His opinion expresses the simple reasons why this could be a new lucrative business: "The adult industry is too stale. Porn really needs to add some spice, to be more creative, more innovative."

And since imitation is the highest form of flattery, who knows, maybe one day the most pirated productions will be the perfect animated replicas of celebrities having sex, and once virtual reality will go hi-fi, maybe the next biggest actor in celebrity porn will be...you.
Computer animated character showing the amount of details achieved by computer generated images (CGI)
   Computer animated character showing the amount of details achieved by computer generated images (CGI)
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