OhMiBod to Roll Out Software Developers Kit

OhMiBod to Roll Out Software Developers Kit
Rhett Pardon

LAS VEGAS — OhMiBod today announced that it plans to roll out a software developers kit.

OhMiBod announced news of its first-ever developers kit as it gets prepared for the upcoming CES 2017, where it will show off its line of adult products in a booth for a seventh year.

Suki Dunham, founder of OhMiBod, said the SDK “represents an exciting advancement for sexual health technology, particularly as it relates to intimacy and couples play."

"There is an extraordinary pool of creative, talented developers as well as existing platforms who can use our environment to create apps that take intimacy to new heights, whether it’s through gamification or integration with dating platforms like Tinder or Grindr," Dunham said.

The OhMiBod SDK will support the blueMotion line of Bluetooth enabled products. The development environment’s availability will coincide with the late-spring upgrade of blueMotion vibrators to BLE 4.0 (Bluetooth Low Energy) chipsets.

At CES, the sex toy maker will also showcase its new Lovelife Please and Club Vibe 3.OH wearable remote-control vibrators.

OhMiBod’s Lovelife Please will also debut. The wearable vibrator, available in the spring, features Bluetooth connectivity and compatibility with OhMiBod’s TASL (The Art of Science and Love) app.

Introduced in 2016, TASL paired with the Lovelife Krush kegel exerciser to help women improve their PC muscle fitness. The app will feature “go play” functionality — an update that allows users and their partners to control the Lovelife Please and krush as vibrators.

OhMiBod’s Lovelife Krush won Engadget’s 2016 Best of CES award for digital health and fitness.

Visitors to the OhMiBod booth will also see the Club Vibe 3.OH wearable remote control vibrator.

Smaller, quieter and fully rechargeable, the 3.OH extends the legacy of its predecessor with three built-in modes: tease, club and groove.

The new tease mode helps enhance couples play through manual vibration patterns. Club mode — a hallmark of the Club Vibe collection — streams ambient sound directly to the vibrator, while groove mode lets users cycle through five preset patterns.

"The Club Vibe line has always rewarded spontaneity, which is key to enhancing intimacy, passion, and excitement,” Dunham added. “With new features such as a whisper-quiet motor, a smaller, more compact design and increased sound sensitivity, the Club Vibe 3.OH ensures that spontaneity and privacy go hand-in-hand."

OhMiBod’s sexual health and lifestyle products will be on display in Booth 9527 in the iProducts section (North Hall) of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Developers can sign up to receive information on the SDK release at OhMiBod.com/developer.

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