An orgasm robot designed for women with the help of engineers at Oregon State University was just stripped of an award by the Consumer Technology Association.
The founder of a sex toy start-up supported by Oregon State University (OSU) is speaking out after her company was banned from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
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A sex toy designed for women has been banned from the technology show CES. ... The product had been designed in partnership with a robotics laboratory at Oregon State University and had eight ...
Innovation award rescinded for female sex toy built with help of Oregon State engineers Laura Haddock's "Ose" sex toy for women won an award at the Consumer Electronics Show, but it was quickly ...
Lora DiCarlo's Osé sex toy was developed with researchers at Oregon State University's robotics lab.
Lora DiCarlo's Osé sex toy, developed with researchers in Oregon State University's robotics lab.
The product, developed with help from Oregon State University engineers, is a hands-free device for women.
The company spent two years in a research partnership with Oregon State University before launching its first sex toy - flagship product Osé - in January 2020. Since launch, the company has generated significant traction going from $0 to $7.5 million in sales in 1 year and growing from a single product company to a global, multi-product and multi-channel brand.
In the sex toy world, products made for and by straight men are ever-present. Oregon is proving a disruptor. In the past decade, nearly a dozen sex toy startups have emerged in Oregon—offering ...
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