It's not unusual for people to be filmed using sex toys.
It is, however, unusual for them to be filming their innards with the sex toy.
That's the premise behind the "Gaga," a vibrator that comes with a camera lens and a light so users will be able to see inside whatever orifice the device is being inserted into.
The Gaga was recently introduced into the world by Svakom, a China-based tech company.
The company claims in its strange YouTube commercial that the Gaga is designed for women's healthcare. That makes sense, since only a trained medical expert might be able recognize the various body parts the camera is exploring.
The $180 cost might seem steep for what is basically a vibrating "vag-cam," but that also includes a USB charger cable for your laptop, so the insightful shots of you or your partner's nether regions can be downloaded to your monitor. A wireless app also allows the camera to be controlled remotely, according to the Daily Dot.
As bizarre as the Gaga may seem, it's not the only bizarre sex toy that has aroused attention in recent memory.
Masturbatory aid purveyor Fleshlight has released the Launchpad, an iPad case that allows a man to attach his Fleshlight directly to an iPad, so that he can simulate sex with whomever -- or whatever -- is on the screen.