The Grid highlights a ground-shaking development in the world of Canadian consumer electronics, Standard Innovation’s We-Vibe products. Read more here!
As sex toys have quietly moved upmarket and into the mainstream, the past decade has already produced sleek designs, quieter motors, and even vibrators that work by remote control. Now, Bechthold, an engineer at Standard Innovation—who spent three decades working in military and aerospace engineering, designing everything from banking encryption to electronic countermeasures—believes we’re about to start exploring uncharted territory courtesy of what’s called “materials science”: the study of how things are put together at the molecular level, and how they can be manipulated in new ways. Bechthold foresees a brave new world where toys can move as never before, or stimulate sensitive bits using methods other than the tried-and-true vibrations. “There’s some really out-there material science being worked on,” he says. “There are materials that can twitch and move based on electrical stimulation.”
Spanish online magazine Introversion highlights using sex toys to fire up your love life. Read more here!
Use Pjur silicone lubricant gels, tested and authorized for use with the We-Vibe products, the vibrators manufactured by Standard Innovation Corporation, to stimulate several erotic zones at the same time!
This AOL video showcases TechCrunch interviewing a Standard Innovations representative at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. TechCrunch learns a little more about how to please a woman by going through the various products and how they work! See it here!
ABS-CBN news is asking can technology improve sex? The makers of the We-Vibe, which unveiled their new product at the Consumer Electronics Show are certainly proving that it can as they push the envelope at the world’s biggest tech gathering in Las Vegas. Read more here!
Tristan Weedmark, “sexology relations coordinator for” the Canadian-based maker of the device, Standard Innovation, said millions of people have already tried the device, which is based on research from the University of Guelph. ”It’s the only vibrator which can be worn while making love,” she told AFP. “It stimulates the G-spot, the clitoris and the penis simultaneously.”This enables both a male and a female to get the benefit of the stimulator, she said: “It enhances sexuality instead of detracting from it.”
According to Brazilian newspaper Correio Braziliense Standard Innovation, the makers of the We-Vibe, caused a splash at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, leaving one question on everyone’s mind… Can technology improve the sexual health of a couple? Find out here!
The creators of the high tech vibrator for couples, the We-Vibe, responded to that question with a “yes” during the announcement of their new product at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), in Vegas. This year’s conferences were dedicated to outlining the relation between technology and improved sexual health. A vibrator designed for couples called “We Vibe” is an innovation that is circulating among some of the biggest electronic products at CES and has proven the notion that a link between technology and sex is quite a strong one.
Online media source The Register reports CES, the world’s premier gadget festival, this year, has chosen to highlight a technilogical device owned by over 50 % of Americans- The Vibrator.
“Why shouldn’t the same high-level thinking like that used in technology and other industries be used to increase pleasure in the bedroom?” asked Grant Bechthold, VP of product development at Standard Innovation, the Ottawa, Ontario company that has sold over 2 million of its flagship product, the We-Vibe, in over 50 countries since its launch in 2008. ”Of all the places that you want a quality user experience,” he continued, “I can’t think of a better one than the bedroom, can you?”
French online newspaper Les Affaires asks a very important question, can technology improve sex? At this year’s Consumer Electornics Show, Standard Innovation shows us that it can! Read more here!
Two million people in the United States, Europe and Canada have already tried the company’s products and that number continues to grow. CEO, Danny Osadca indicated that the objective of their business is “to apply the same high standards of procedure that exist in any field of electronics in order to improve the future of sexual health”.
Technology media site Hardware highlights Standard Innovation’s success at the Consumer Electronics Show, the world’s premier gadget-fest, where this year- the makers of We-Vibe stole the show. Read more here!
“Why shouldn’t the same high-level thinking like that used in technology and other industries be used to increase pleasure in the bedroom?” asked Grant Bechthold, VP of product development at Standard Innovation, the Ottawa, Ontario company that has sold over 2 million of its flagship product, the We-Vibe, in over 50 countries since its launch in 2008. ”Of all the places that you want a quality user experience,” he continued, “I can’t think of a better one, can you?”. The improvement of user experiences, Bechthold said, has been common in the technology industry for some time, with start-ups innovating and bringing better experiences to the masses. “But in one most profound area of our life – sexual health and wellness – we have somehow eluded innovation…until now.”
The Business of Pleasure online news announces that Standard Innovation Corporation is exhibiting at the sold out Adult Novelty Manufacturers Expo (ANME) 2013 in Los Angeles. Find out more here!
Standard Innovation will offer attendees the opportunity to talk with company executives and learn what’s new from the creators of the We-Vibe family of solo- and couples-use vibrators. The highlight of the exhibit is the revolutionary new Thrill by We-Vibe, the solo-use vibrator designed for women. Its C‑shape hugs the pelvis so that the soft ruby silicone reaches her G-spot while the elongated smooth grey ABS surface vibrates her clitoris. The control handle enables her to exert the desired pressure, pace and friction, and the powerful and satisfying rumble gives her the ultimate blended O! Attendees also get a sneak peek at new merchandising materials for Valentine’s Day 2013.
High tech meets sex toy. A scientifically tested and designed vibrator that’s meant to give women pleasure alone or as a couple. The secret is the “C” shaped design that gets inserted into the vagina but also stimulates the clitoris.