From the printing press and the VCR to virtual reality sex, adult entertainment has always been a major catalyst driving innovation and reshaping technology for the benefit of the porn pioneer. And for the thousands of tech nerds at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, that means the intelligent toasters and AI vacuum cleaners are having to make room for the sex toys of the future. Among the innovations at this year's get-together, run by the Consumer Technology Association CTA , are an augmented strip club complete with virtual pole dancers and a "personal massager" you can operate from your smart watch. The firm was at CES to show off a product designed for the discerning gentleman -- a snug, collar-like device named "Tenuto" which, in musical notation, refers to holding on slightly longer than you normally would. Meanwhile startup OhMiBod was showing off a vibrator operated via an app on Apple smart watches.
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Heightened realism The first thing we are all experiencing here is enhanced realism. Imagine watching Mia Khalifa in a feature VR adult film…hmmmm 2. We can already do this via media, but not to an extent that makes you feel as if you are actually there! Attend events from the couch A big factor of VR tech is going to be allowing people to take part in events happening across the world — is your favorite musician playing a gig in Buenos Aires?
Raunchy replicants, amorous aliens: How real is sci-fi sex? The tech that makes VIRP possible comes from Lovense, one of a growing crop of connected-sex-toy manufacturers. The two-way communication Parker describes happens between the Lovense Max and Lovense Nora, a masturbatory sleeve and rabbit-style vibrator, respectively. Each connects with the user's smartphone, allowing the sharing of controls or even the syncing of devices with a partner.
The transgression? Launching their products after the patent went into effect. Patents have long encouraged creativity by protecting ideas and research from theft and supporting those who spend years developing genuinely novel technologies and designs.