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CES 2014: OhMiBod Unveils New App-Controlled Vibrator

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CES 2014: OhMiBod Unveils New App-Controlled Vibrator
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In an Consumer Electronics Show (CES) announcement more suited to next week’s Adult Entertainment Expo, sex toy maker OhMiBod today announced its latest app-controlled vibrator.

Named the “blueMotion,” this particular vibrator is being marketed as a discreet way for customers to pleasure themselves at any time. The blueMotion will begin selling in March and will cost $129.

“For some couples, the explosion of the digital age has resulted in a shift in intimacy, as many pay more attention to devices than their partners,” said Suki Dunham, co-founder of OhMiBod. “blueMotion breaks down those virtual barriers by encouraging couples to interact both physically and emotionally using technology. They can experience the thrill of unlimited vibration patterns and total discretion whenever the mood arises.”

The small “wearable” vibrator uses Bluetooth to connect to OhMiBod’s free Android or iOS app, enabling users to control the device’s vibration in a variety of ways. Users can create their own vibration patterns or use the blueMotion’s built-in recording capabilities to record up to 60 seconds of ambient sound that can then be used to generate vibrations.

“blueMotion’s recording function means limitless possibilities for singles and couples alike,” said Dunham. “Users can enjoy the vibrations generated by a partner’s voice or their favorite beats when and wherever they want. Features like this put blueMotion in a class all its own for wearable tech.”

The blueMotion is the latest in a long line of OhMiBod products that can vibrate to music. As shown in the Apple iPod parody ad below, the company released its first audio-synched vibrator in 2006:

CES 2014: OhMiBod Unveils New App-Controlled Vibrator
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