Autoblow Launches Crowdsourced 'Vaginal Beauty Pageant'

John Sanford

CHICAGO — The Autoblow 2 began its life in 2014 as a crowdfunded blowjob machine, but it will soon be repurposed into a robotic vagina.

The company behind the Autoblow, Very Intelligent Ecommerce Inc. (VIECI), this past Monday opened its "Vaginal Beauty Pageant" website for photo submissions and voting.

Women may submit photos of their vaginas to the contest website and the public will vote on the vaginas they consider to be the most attractive. The women attached to the vaginas earning the top three places will win respectively $5,000, $2,500, and $1,250 in addition to trips to Los Angeles to undergo vaginal 3D scanning.

The 3D scans will be used to replicate the winners' vaginas onto a new series of Autoblow sleeves at micron level accuracy.

The Autoblow "Vaginal Beauty Contest" will pioneer a new use for high-end 3D scanning technology previously used only in video games, films, the medical industry, and manufacturing processes, according to the creator. The winners' vaginas will be scanned by a 3D scanner capable of accuracy in the range of 100 microns or the width of a human hair.

“Traditional mold-making processes can replicate body parts for sex toys in a way that is only about 80 percent accurate due to how many steps are involved from the wet cast to the final production," said Autoblow invetor Brian Sloan.

"But our 3D scanning method will allow us to skip several accuracy-degrading steps and photo-realistically replicate these vaginas onto production molds. The result will be an industry-first strikingly realistic series of sleeves for the Autoblow."

Contestants may enter and the public is invited to vote at Winners may choose to remain anonymous.