A skin patch that improves men’s performance, a vibrator and a robot that simulates human mouths at CES

Sex tech returned for another year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with several companies that showcased a range of erotic devices that improve the performance and experience of both men and women.

At a technology conference in Las Vegas, Satisfyer brought a series of vibrators, all of which pair with a smartphone and some use the power of the air to stimulate the body.

Health technology pioneer Lora DiCarlo is back at her third CES since the lifting of the sexual technology ban in 2020, and this year her company offered a microbot that simulates the human mouth and provides gentle massage and pressure to correct sexual dysfunction in women.

Technologies to increase men’s sexual performance are also at the conference, with one company introducing a smart patch that prolongs sexual intercourse.

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Satisfyer brought a number of vibrators to this year's Consumer Electronics Show and joined several other companies in the field of sexual technology.

Satisfyer brought a number of vibrators to this year’s Consumer Electronics Show and joined several other companies in the field of sexual technology.

Sex technology was banned at CES after the 2019 event, but the organizers came under fire because of the move and returned it to the test in 2020.

Erotic devices seem to remain here.

Satisfyer brings a number of vibrators to CES that pair with a smartphone and allow users to customize their erotic experience

Satisfyer, a repeat CES participant, is back with a huge collection of new vibrators of all different sizes, colors and purposes.

Satisfyer, a repeat CES participant, is back with a huge collection of new vibrators of all different sizes, colors and purposes.  The corporate Hot Lover vibrator (pictured) was at the conference, which is a warm-up rabbit vibrator for $ 59.95

Satisfyer, a repeat CES participant, is back with a huge collection of new vibrators of all different sizes, colors and purposes. The corporate Hot Lover vibrator (pictured) was at the conference, which is a warm-up rabbit vibrator for $ 59.95

The picture shows Pro 2, which uses air to stimulate parts of the body

The picture shows Pro 2, which uses air to stimulate parts of the body

At the company's booth was the $ 39.95 Signet Ring for a man who also paired with a smartphone.

At the company’s booth was the $ 39.95 Signet Ring for a man who also paired with a smartphone.

Each of them connects to the company’s companion app, providing users with remote control on their smartphone and allowing them to customize their feelings.

The company exhibited its Hot Lover, a $ 59.95 warm-up rabbit vibrator at the conference.

The $ 39.95 Men’s Signet Ring, which also pairs with a smartphone, was on the company’s booth along with the Pro 2 vibrator, which sells for $ 59.95.

Lora DiCarlo is awarded for a microrobot that simulates the human mouth

Lora DiCarlo is a well-known name at CES not only for the company’s erotic facilities, but also for the incident that occurred in 2020.

Lora DiCarlo demonstrated her Baci-baci, a bio-inspired microrobot that simulates the human mouth and was developed in collaboration with researchers from the Oregon State University College of Engineering.

Lora DiCarlo demonstrated her Baci-baci, a bio-inspired microrobot that simulates the human mouth and was developed in collaboration with researchers from the Oregon State University College of Engineering.

One of his robotic masseurs won the award that year, but was quickly withdrawn due to his erotic nature.

However, this did not deter Lora DiCarlo from participating in the third year in a row, and this year the company won an award again for its Baci-baci – but this time he was not disqualified.

Baci-baci is a bio-inspired microrobot that simulates the human mouth and was developed in collaboration with researchers from Oregon State University’s College of Engineering.

According to the American Sexual Health Association, the largest U.S. study of female sexual dysfunction found that 21 percent of women live with female orgasmic disorder (FOD), an inability to reach orgasm despite arousal.

And the company’s founder, Lora DiCarlo, hopes the mini robot can change that.

“Baci-baci (in Italian it means a kiss) represents a whole new category of consumer technology for women’s health: an intelligent robot that replicates the feeling and movement of human lips and tongue,” the company said.

“Baci-baci (which means” kiss “in Italian) represents a whole new category of consumer technology for women’s health: An intelligent robot that replicates the feeling and movement of human lips and tongue,” the company said.

“Small but powerful, it provides direct, diverse stimulation of the clitoris to end the frustration of a failed orgasm.”

The sexual health of men is represented at the conference this year, which has been lacking so far.

vPatch aims to help men last longer during intercourse by allowing users to control how much the muscles and nerves between the genitals and the anus are stimulated.

Virility Medical, a consumer health care company specializing in sexual well-being, is the first and only FDA-approved wearable skin patch in the world at CES, scientifically designed to delay ejaculation.

Virility Medical, a consumer health care company specializing in sexual well-being, is the first and only FDA-approved wearable skin patch scientifically designed at CES to delay ejaculation.

A patch called vPatch is placed between the genitals and the anus and users turn it on by pressing a button on the device.

Virility Medical, a consumer health care company specializing in sexual well-being, is the first and only FDA-approved wearable skin patch scientifically designed at CES to delay ejaculation.

Because stimulation inhibits rhythmic muscle contractions, ejaculation is delayed.  And the patch can be applied hours before contact

Because stimulation inhibits rhythmic muscle contractions, ejaculation is delayed. And the patch can be applied hours before contact

Tal Gollan, founder of Virility Medical, said in a statement: “The Virility Patch patch creates a paradigm shift in sexual well-being, prolongs ejaculation time and fulfills the desire to last longer during intercourse.

“The patch improves men’s climax time and creates a better outcome for couples.”

A patch called vPatch is placed between the genitals and the anus and users turn it on by pressing a button on the device.

The wearable device stimulates the muscles and nerves in this area, which is controlled by an accompanying application.

Because stimulation inhibits rhythmic muscle contractions, ejaculation is delayed.

And the patch can be applied hours before contact.

The Virility Patch will be available for purchase in low and high intensity variants from autumn 2022.

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