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CES organiser CTA considered the Osé vibrator to be so innovative that it won an award. Suddenly, CTA bans the sex toy and Open women’s hands present a vibrator. The Osé vibrator nestles against the woman’s body so that she has her hands free. Suspicious of a prize.

CES 2019 has its scandal: CES organiser CTA has banned the startup Lora DiCarlo from the fair. His first product is the award-winning Osé vibrator. Awarded by the CTA itself as CES Innovation Award Honoree in the Robotics and Drones category. Because the vibrator should nestle to the body by itself, so it doesn’t have to be held.

But the CTA is now withdrawing this award as well. To justify its decision, the industry organisation first referred to the participation regulations of the competition, according to which “immoral, obscene, indecent or sacrilegious” contributions are not permitted. Meanwhile there is another reason:

“The product does not fit into any of our existing product categories and should not have been accepted (for the competition)”, it says in a statement to heise online, “CTA has communicated this point of view to Lora DiCarlo. We apologized to the company for our mistake.”

Allegations of sexism

Why Osé cannot be shown at the fair remains unclear: “The CES has no category for sex toys.” But the fair hasn’t challenged this by renting stands to porn producers for years who present their works directly at the stand in virtual reality glasses. So for the Consumer Technology Association, showing the use of sex toys is okay, but not exhibiting the device itself.

Lora Haddock, founder and CEO of Lora DiCarlo, accuses CTA of sexism: At CES 2018, a sex robot based on a female body was presented on stage at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Another indication is that in 2017 and 2018 only men gave the coveted keynote speeches at CES. This year there are three women among the ten keynote speakers.

Augmented Reality technology

With Augmented Reality technology, the porn company Naughty America wants to transport strippers directly into the bedrooms of its customers. Nauchty America belongs to one of the best vr porn websites on the market today.

  • The US porn producer Naughty America wants to show strippers directly in its customers’ homes.
  • At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, where Naughty America was the only porn company with an official presence, it was demonstrated how this should work.

Using a technique called volumetric video capture, the performances of human strippers are to be captured in 3D, according to venturebeat.com. Using a smartphone app or augmented reality glasses, these performances can then be transported to the users’ homes. It seems as if the strippers are undressing in their own bedroom.

Vibrator banned by the CES rightly arouses the emotions

This changes Naughty America’s strategy. At last year’s CES, computer-animated strippers were used for the company’s own AR offering. But this one is said to have lacked realism.

At the same time, Naughty America continues to offer virtual reality porn. When using the appropriate glasses, the user is completely transferred to this scene of a porn movie. The company concentrates exclusively on heterosexual men as a target group. Plans to also offer VR porn for women were abandoned by Naughty America.