Sexual Health to Embrace Technology at CES

Technology and sexual health will merge at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) as executives from Standard Innovation, makers of the We-Vibe—a couple’s vibrator, will present on how science is enhancing sex and intimacy in the new millennium.

Standard Innovation says its participation marks the first time a sexual health company has been asked to speak at the technology mega-conference, taking place Tuesday, January 8 to Friday, January 11 in Las Vegas, NV.

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Each executive from the Canadian-based company will touch on a different facet of how technology is reshaping the future of sexual health and wellness. Topics include Sex Never Gets Old, Sex in Digital Times, and Science Meets Sexuality.

The company says it spends millions in research and development, utilizing the same cutting-edge design tools as traditional high tech designers: in-house silicone molding, 3D printing, libraries of more than 400 digital human anatomies and medical mannequins to develop, test and produce a select line of premium products.

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“We are honored to have such a strong presence at CES this year. Our goal is to apply the same high-level thinking and processes found in traditional consumer electronics to advance the future of sexual health,” said CEO Danny Osadca.

“By creating safe, non-intimidating and quality products, we offer an unmatched user experience—a critical factor to success, particularly in this industry.”

Standard Innovation Corporation designs and manufactures eco-friendly intimate products.

Photo courtesy: We-Vibe / Standard Innovation

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