Kandi Kisses looks like a lipstick, but is really a USB-rechargeable vibrator. Lyla 2 Lelo's vibrators use Sense Motion technology. The vibration builds the moment the wand touches the body. It responds to a simple flick of the wrist or tilt of the palm by the person holding the remote control. Synchronized vibrations in the controller allow you to feel what your partner is experiencing, as long as you're within a range of 39 feet. Tiani 2 The Tiani 2 is also for couples, designed for women to wear when making love.
Tiani 2 can be controlled with or without the remote and, like the Lyla 2, is wireless and rechargeable. When you brainstorm ideas for Valentine's Day gifts, you probably think of flowers and chocolate. Or, since you're a Mashable reader, you might prefer more techie offerings , like chargers and phone or tablet accessories. Here's an idea — have you thought of a sex toy? Some studies report more than half of women are using personal pleasure devices — vibrators.
So why do they still seem taboo? That might soon change as the adult industry becomes both a little more connected and more mainstream. OhMiBod, for instance, is a company based in New Hampshire started by a husband and wife.
The pair was showing their music-driven vibrator at the Adult Entertainment Expo, taking place at the same time. It was the first such product on the market. You could say they've come a long way, baby. Since then, they've released wireless, rechargeable versions and an iOS app.
OH, the first Bluetooth-controlled wearable vibrator. Dunham says the technology enabled in their development "supports one of OhMiBod's primary missions: Grant Bechthold, VP of product development for Standard Innovation, which makes the vibrators, says it's really about using tech for sexual health.
It's like contact lenses; we want a great user experience but don't want to know it's there. Some are connected to an app, some to a remote control. These can all be ordered online, and most come in luxury gift boxes complete with charger, satin storage pouch or bag and, in some cases, a user manual. Let us know what you think as the adult entertainment world incorporates technology into its development.