CES 2015: Sex Tech Plunges Into The Wearables Market
With an upcoming app, OhMiBod aims to promote sexual health (and its customers' pleasure) by upgrading its devices
PSFK has frequently noted benchmark moments in the marriage of sex and tech, as when developers made long-distance relationships more intimate and offered to turn everyday object into playthings with an updated pencil sharpener. One company's showing at CES 2015, however, looks to leverage wearable devices to make sex tech smarter, and bring connected lifestyles and the human body a whole lot closer.
Showcasing its products at CES this week, innovative sex toy house OhMiBod announced its plans to release a new app for controlling its devices via smart watch. The app, which will host biofeedback functionality in the company's line of Bluetooth-enabled blueMotion massagers, will track a user's enjoyment through the person's vital signs while offering better wireless product control, including preset and individually recorded vibration patters.