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Oct 09, 2018
It also explores patterns, takes notes and includes a feature for users to write their own sex diaries.
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Jun 29, 2018
Lioness has one desire: To get women to have better orgasms. It's a noble goal in the day and age of $12,000 sex robots and virtual reality...
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Aug 17, 2018
Von dragged the Lioness waves into the wavetable operator.. manipulating them to craft music.
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Oct 01, 2018
The Lioness Vibrator, described by the company as a “smart vibrator for biofeedback and self-discovery,” costs $229 and records patterns of ...
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Jan 06, 2018
Lioness makes a sex toy that is akin to the Fitbit of vibrators, and it is using the data from its biofeedback sensor to visualize female orgasms as works of art.
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Nov 03, 2017
So when I learned about the Lioness, a smart vibrator that tracks various usage metrics to give you knowledge of your own arousal, the sex ...
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Jul 13, 2018
You can see it almost a block away: the word 'orgasm' in gigantic letters on a San Francisco bus shelter...
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Dec 02, 2016
"[It's] like a Fitbit for your cooch."
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8/15/2017
"This is particularly clutch for women who've had issues with their sex drive or with not achieving orgasm..."
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4/16/2016
"... this tech works out what gets you going... meaning you can wise up on how best to get yourself to orgasm."
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11/16/2017
"If you're like me and can get a little obsessed with numbers... this vibrator is a godsend."
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7/24/2018
"a new generation of “smart” sex toys are giving women the option to take control of their own pleasure in ways never before possible."
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9/23/2018
"It’s so quiet it’s, said to “purr like a kitten.” It’s as quiet as it is cool. Worth every dime."
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Dec 07, 2017
"The secret sauce is an app that tracks temperature, motion, and pressure to give each user an individual pattern. That pattern can look like a mountain, or a bumpy road, or a quick peak with a slow tail."
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Nov 01, 2018
Someone very insightful wrote this article, and it's really great.
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Dec 01, 2018
"Well, the team at Lioness, a sexual health start up, decided that they wanted to answer this question, so using their invention, the Lioness vibrator, they set about finding out."
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Nov 02, 2016
Someone very insightful wrote this article, and it's really great.
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3/14/2016
"Berkeley-based Lioness Inc. is committed to giving women the best and most pleasurable experience technology will allow, but the idea for their debut toy of the same name arose from a desire to learn, too."
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10/25/2018
"Most of us have heard about the different types of ways the female body can orgasm (for example, clitoral or G-spot), but have you heard about the different patterns of orgasm that can occur? There is limited research on the topic of female sexuality, but an on-going, several-years-long, study conducted by Lioness – the makers of a smart vibrator, which uses biofeedback to deliver insights about the user’s own sexual biology – is delivering further insights into the manner of how climax occurs and what this looks like graphically."
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Mar 11, 2017
"On a long list of things guys have given up on trying to understand, the female orgasm is likely near the top. Just when you think you've finally deciphered its secrets, you find yourself at a dead end. But there's a vibrator out there that may be the key to cracking the code."
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Jan 10, 2018
"Users can now analyze the intricacies of their orgasms through a new “smart” vibrator developed by a team that includes UC Berkeley alumni Anna Lee and James Wang."
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6/18/2018
"Starting June 18, San Francisco residents will have an unexpected element added to their commutes: Female orgasms — in disguise. There won’t be any O-faces or body parts or even sex toys. Instead, these are ads that feature a data chart of an orgasm. The images were collected by people using Lioness, a smart vibrator that tracks pelvic floor contractions during orgasm."
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Jan 11, 2017
"Not all orgasms are created equally. And I'm not talking about having a great orgasm one day and a dud the next. New data from Lioness, a vibrator specifically designed to help you to help you learn about your body by sending data about your sexual responses to an app, found that different people have three different types of orgasm patterns."
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Oct 02, 2016
"So far, the vibrator has helped beta users answer some of these pressing questions about their bodies and even empowered some to answer questions they had never thought to ask."
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4/26/2018
Someone very insightful wrote this article, and it's really great.
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Jul 01, 2018
If visitors have any doubt that CES is going to have some wild shows, lay them to rest as you behold ARTGASM, an art installation that utilizes orgasms from the Lioness vibrator.
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10/23/2017
"This is the ultimate product for sex toy geeks."
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2/19/2016
"The hope is for women to use the info gleaned the same way you might use your Fitbit’s sleep data: to figure out what works and tweak your routine. Only the reward here isn’t a good night’s rest."
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Dec 02, 2016
"What was once an idea from two UC Berkeley engineers is now a reality — and an empowering, innovative, sexy reality at that."
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8/15/2017
"Women have had a tough time figuring out what satisfies them sexually and gives them an orgasm and this app is aiming to change just that."
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2/16/2016
"The Lioness may look like your standard vibrator, but it comes with extra sensors that sync with an app on your smartphone. It monitors exactly what type of speed, pressure, and position works best for you and even what part of your cycle is most conducive to achieving the Big O."
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6/16/2017
"Lioness cofounder and CEO Liz Klinger has a different way of facilitating discussions around sexual health and pleasure: She wants to track them. Her company's smart vibrator collects data about users' vaginal temperature and movements through an app, which keeps them informed about how their bodies work and what techniques work best for them personally."
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4/28/2017
"Lioness is so much more than ‘just a vibrator’ — it’s out to shift social mores."
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Mar 10, 2017
"The Best of High-Tech: Think of the Lioness like a Fitbit for your sex life"
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12/14/2016
"[It] provides feedback on your solo or partner sex sessions so you can track things like how long you take to orgasm, when in your cycle you enjoy sex the most, and what kind of stimulation works best for you."
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2/16/2016
"These days so many of our devices are smart. Our phones are smart. Our cars are smart. Our TVs are smart. And now, even vibrators can be smart."
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Sep 08, 2017
"You can learn more about what gets you hot and bothered, and adapt your tactics as needed. (Like, maybe cranking Drake really does set the mood.)"
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2/18/2016
"When you think of items that boost women's empowerment and self-esteem, you might not immediately think of a vibrator—but the Lioness vibrator is looking to change that."
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5/30/2017
"It can also help people figure out what's normal for them instead of comparing themselves to unrealistic societal standards."
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6/22/2018
"It’s honestly some sort of empowering-vibrator-tech-witchery..."
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3/15/2016
"And in case you were wondering if there really is a market for such a toy: their ongoing crowdfunding campaign has already reached 189 percent of its $50,000 goal."
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5/16/2017
"As you might assume of a woman who’s dedicated herself to biofeedback vibrators, Anna is a badass. When I met her at South by Southwest a few months ago, she literally whipped it out and laid it on the lunch table in front of a bunch of nerds in polo shirts."
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Jan 05, 2018
"This vibrator syncs to an app that can analyze your orgasms—and give you a huge amount of real-time data on yourself and your pelvic floor."
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3/16/2015
"n believing that true pleasure is only a conversation away, the pair have developed their new technology to encourage women's curiosity about themselves and each other."
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3/18/2015
Someone very insightful wrote this article, and it's really great.
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3/18/2015
"Get ready to learn a whole lot more about your sex life."
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4/17/2015
"A Berkeley, Calif. startup wants to simplify the process and has developed a programmable vibrator with sensors and an app."
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4/17/2015
"[Lioness/SmartBod] is starting a conversation around female pleasure by providing shareable data tracking about orgasms and arousal and adapting to women's physiological needs."
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3/21/2015
"The creators hope that its accompanying app, which visualizes the data, will make it easier for women to talk about their sexuality with partners..."
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3/14/2018
"What happens when you combine a sculpture artist with a mechanical design engineer? Well, in this case, you get one hell of a vibrator."
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Jan 11, 2018
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