Lora DiCarlo's Ose hands-free adult toy has CES Award revoked

Lora DiCarlo's Ose hands-free adult toy has CES Award revoked

Lora DiCarlo's Ose hands-free adult toy has CES Award revoked

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Ring is giving the old-school peephole a high-tech spin. Ahead of CES, however, Lora DiCarlo-which makes the Osé-was informed that CES administrators "were rescinding our award and subsequently that we would not be allowed to showcase Osé, or even exhibit at CES 2019", Lora Haddock, Founder and CEO of Lora DiCarlo, writes in a open letter. It should be mentioned, though, that previous year at CES, robotics company Abyss Creations debuted a realistic sex doll targeted at men-in the video interview with Christopher Trout, the company's spokesman stated that a male model of the robot was in the works as well. Vars said Lora Dicarlo has an integrated, vertical production line - all that's needed to create a new product is her CAD program, a 3D printer and Vars herself, who holds a doctorate in design-focused mechanical engineering.

Lora DiCarlo, which is based in Bend, won the show's Innovation Award for its product, "Osé", which the company describes as "micro-robotic technology that mimics all of the sensations of a human mouth, tongue, and fingers, for an experience that feels just like a real partner". All we have to go off of right now is the information provided by Haddock on the company's website. CTA declined to provide further comment to The Associated Press on why the product was ineligible.

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