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PostSubject: Porn finds a way back into CES through VR   Sun Jan 08, 2017 6:37 pm

Naughty America was tucked away in the back of the cavernous South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center at CES 2017, the big tech trade show last week in Las Vegas. There were no signs or images to advertise the near-secret meeting room. But people found the only porn company at the show anyway.



Remember in Jurassic Park when the scientist is talking about how evolution gets living creatures around all obstacles and notes that “Life finds a way”? Well, porn finds a way. The Consumer Technology Association let Naughty America into CES, after kicking all porn out 16 years ago. That tells you something about the on-off relationship between mainstream technology and the porn content that it inevitably delivers to the masses.

“We’re showcasing the latest in adult VR content across many different devices, from the Samsung Gear VR to the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive,” said Ian Paul, chief information officer at Naughty America.

Naughty America showed VR porn on a few different platforms. There was a safe-for-work poster board inside the room, and then the company showed a compilation 360-degree video of “not safe for work” VR content.

http://venturebeat.com/2017/01/08/porn-finds-a-way-back-into-ces/?google_editors_picks=true
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