About the Company

  Our mission is to provide unique, pleasurable condoms that people can enjoy using and to increase consistent consumer uptake. Our unique, pleasure-oriented innovations may soon reshape the future landscape of the old rolled condom industry on a global scale.

   Latex condoms were first introduced around 1902,  just a year before the Wright Brothers' first successful flight at Kitty Hawk. Airplane technology has advanced us to landing on the moon and Mars while the rolled condom has essentially remained the same.

​   Today, over 100 years later, condom technology has now advanced with radically re-designed ideas, new materials, and significant functional changes for the 21st century. Three patented condom innovations began US clinical research in the fall of 2011, with  funding from the National institutes of Allergies and Infectious Disease, and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.


Danny Resnic 


Danny Resnic is the inventor of the ORIGAMI condoms. He heads the company's research and development division and serves as Principal Investigator of its clinical research.  His determination and commitment to reinvent the condom into a user-friendly and pleasurable device have been internationally recognized among researchers and in international media. Danny studied design at the Art Center College of Design (CA).

"I am grateful for the support from the epidemiology research community and the NIH, without whom these innovations would not be possible. My wholehearted thanks to the media for covering the company's innovations."   -Danny Resnic