Saracens will play a Heineken Cup game in Cape Town later this season while Wasps played Harlequins in Abu Dhabi last season in an LV= Cup match.
But Martin warned that the idea of Irish playing Boston was still in its infancy and stressed the views of supporters would be taken into account.
"If we did do something, and let me reiterate we are just playing with ideas, we would have to make sure they [the supporters] were on board," he said.
"There are more supporters for this club around the world than any other club in England.
"If we are going to grow this club and be innovative like we are trying to be - and [if] there is an audience for us of 40,000 or 50,000 in Boston, then it would be worth trying to look at it and do something with."
Martin added that a sponsored pre-season training camp and friendly match in Boston would be used to initially "test the water" and if that proved successful an official Heineken Cup game could follow.
The Exiles chief also said that the NFL model of bringing an American football fixture to Wembley every year had proved inspirational.
He added: "Ourselves and Saracens are pushing the boundaries on this sort of stuff and we are sharing ideas. We want to make sure we get it right."
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