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Forget C-E-S, it’s all about S-E-X! Event is setting fire to sex technologies this year

It was forbidden to attend the ever-popular Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but this year sex technology was again allowed and caused quite a bit of pressure in the showroom.

These erotic devices were exhibited in the health and wellness section of the Sands Expo and include hand-free vibrators, a live sperm camera and even a cabin that visitors could use to build their own sex toy.

Organizers were so impressed this year with the success of sex technology that they are considering moving the part from a small corner to a prime location in the Las Vegas Convention Center. New York Post reported.

Makers say their products are about empowerment for women, something they claim is often overlooked in technology – and especially at the historically male-dominated technical trade fair.

Start-up Lora DiCarlo returned to CES this year after winning a prize from the event for his robot massage, but the honor was taken back.

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Start-up Lora DiCarlo returned to CES this year after winning a prize from the event for his robot massage, but the honor was taken back. However, the company showed a working product, the Ose, that moves and sucks but has no vibrations

Start-up Lora DiCarlo returned to CES this year after winning a prize from the event for his robot massage, but the honor was taken back. However, the company showed a working product, the Ose, that moves and sucks but has no vibrations

However, the company showed a working product, the Ose, that moves and sucks but has no vibrations.

The hands-free device mimics the touch of a partner and is designed with personal settings so that users can determine the amount of stimulation.

Another vibrator to show was the Satisfyer Pro 2, a pressure wave device with 11 intensity settings.

‘The stylish Pro 2 is the crème de la crème of pressure wave stimulators. With unsurpassed Air-Pulse technology and 11 intensity settings, the Pro 2 takes you to heights of ecstasy that you never knew you could reach earlier, “is the company’s product description.

There was also OhMiBod, the female pioneer of the music-driven vibrator and the energy behind the teledildonics revolution

There was also OhMiBod, the female pioneer of the music-driven vibrator and the energy behind the teledildonics revolution

There was also OhMiBod, the female pioneer of the music-driven vibrator and the energy behind the teledildonics revolution

OhMiBod commemorates its tenth year at International CES

OhMiBod commemorates its tenth year at International CES

OhMiBod commemorates its tenth year at International CES

‘The voluminous head, made of soft silicone, gently surrounds the clitoris and delivers targeted stimulation to your most sensitive areas.

“The elegant design not only looks good, but is also completely hygienic and ergonomic. With an intuitive control panel that makes operation effortless, it has never been so easy to reach the top of your desires with the Pro 2! “

There was also OhMiBod, the female pioneer of the music-driven vibrator and the energy behind the teledildonics revolution.

‘OhMiBod is more than an innovator; we are a pioneer, “said founder Suki Dunham.

‘In 2010 we fought for a place at CES and we became the first sex-tech exhibitor. Ten years later we are a global brand and the “Best of CES” prize winner that continues to promote the evolution of technology for sexual health and well-being. “

Vibrators were not the only sex technology that emerged, because there was a device on display that could improve the experience between couples. Users simply call their Pulse under the device and droplets of warm oil or gel are released - the fluid is immediately heated without leaving a mess

Vibrators were not the only sex technology that emerged, because there was a device on display that could improve the experience between couples. Users simply call their Pulse under the device and droplets of warm oil or gel are released - the fluid is immediately heated without leaving a mess

Vibrators were not the only sex technology that emerged, because there was a device on display that could improve the experience between couples. Users simply call their Pulse under the device and droplets of warm oil or gel are released – the fluid is immediately heated without leaving a mess

And technology wasn't just about women's health and well-being, while YO Sperm Test made its debut that allows men to test and see their sperm with a home test

And technology wasn't just about women's health and well-being, while YO Sperm Test made its debut that allows men to test and see their sperm with a home test

And technology wasn’t just about women’s health and well-being, while YO Sperm Test made its debut that allows men to test and see their sperm with a home test

OhMiBod commemorates its tenth year at International CES with the launch of blueMotion NEX | 3 – a Bluetooth compatible, vibrating pair ring. I

Vibrators were not the only sex technology that emerged, because there was a device on display that could improve the experience between couples.

Users simply call Pulse their hand under the device and droplets of warm oil or gel are released – the fluid is immediately heated without leaving a mess.

Compatible with Pulse Pods, this heating system makes lubricant soothing for your bedroom festivities.

Plus Pulse’s formula contains amino acids, vitamins and minerals for sensitive skin, so you don’t have to worry about irritation.

And the technology was not only focused on women’s health and well-being, as YO Sperm Test made its debut with which men could test their sperm more privately with a home test.

Users download an app, take a sample and upload it to a camera system where they can see their swimmers live.

But it was the company called Crave that stole the show. The company brought its sleek, stylish vibrator jewelry that looks like a necklace, but provides a 'beautiful experience in public and private'

But it was the company called Crave that stole the show. The company brought its sleek, stylish vibrator jewelry that looks like a necklace, but provides a 'beautiful experience in public and private'

But it was the company called Crave that stole the show. The company brought its sleek, stylish vibrator jewelry that looks like a necklace, but provides a ‘beautiful experience in public and private’

And there was Crave's 'Build-a-Vibe workshop', with which visitors could build their own vibrator.

And there was Crave's 'Build-a-Vibe workshop', with which visitors could build their own vibrator.

And there was Crave’s ‘Build-a-Vibe workshop’, with which visitors could build their own vibrator.

This event shows visitors to the event what it takes to assemble the personal device, in particular the company's latest product - the Duet Pro (photo)

This event shows visitors to the event what it takes to assemble the personal device, in particular the company's latest product - the Duet Pro (photo)

This event shows visitors to the event what it takes to assemble the personal device, in particular the company’s latest product – the Duet Pro (photo)

But it was the company called Crave that stole the show.

The company brought its sleek, stylish vibrator jewelry that looks like a necklace, but provides a “beautiful experience in public and private.”

And there was Crave’s ‘Build-a-Vibe workshop’, with which visitors could build their own vibrator.

During this event, visitors to the event could see what it takes to assemble the personal device, especially the company’s latest product – the Duet Pro.

The vibrator is equipped with a PCB connected via USB with which users can program vibration patterns according to a web app PC Magazine.

Each person received a kit with printed circuit board, motor with vibrating arms, silicone cover for the motor, housing and caps and button covers.

These sex technologies and others were allowed to return to CES during a one-year trial period, following criticism from many female founders.

The historically male-dominated technical trade fair has come under fire in recent years due to the fact that it has a completely masculine attitude of speakers and allowed rather scantily clad ‘standbabes’, thereby promoting the reputation of a’ boys’ club ‘.

In addition to allowing sex, CES organizers have engaged an official ‘equality partner’, The Female Quotient, to help ensure gender diversity.

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