The portable machine features a soft silicone body that is pleasant to the touch, and it uses 9 actuators to move its eyes, mouth, head and rudimentary limbs. The robot's actions mirror those of the remote user, whose movements are monitored by real-time face tracking software on the user's computer. Users can also transmit their voice through the robot's embedded speakers.
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Telenoid R1 minimalist humanoid robot
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Of course, the first thing you have to say is "Oh my God, where are my limbs! WHERE ARE MY LIMBS!"
I guess the conference room model looks like the Human Centipede.
An apt metaphor for the corporate environment. Excuse me while I go and vomit.
Followed by a whimpering, "It's so lonely in the Uncanny Valley. So lonely. And so cold. Hug me?"
I have no arms, and I must hug.
Marmaduke: The Movie is proof that the Uncanny Valley also applies to dogs.
(The scene in the trailer where CGI dogs dance in sync? Ugh. Incidentally, my captcha: movement alliances.)
"Randy, Randy! Where's the rest of me?" surely!
Robo-Jesus died for our sins.
On the plus side, you can't fuck it.
Well, without significant effort.
Well, it's only a prototype, after all.
If this is a sex toy: http://www.conezone.org/
that is a sex toy too.
CAPTCHA: plush humanitarian
Japanese Homunculus is Pleasant to the Touch.
Your sexy power cable's like
A long black leash
I would connect you
To my USB
You've got face tracking
You've got the pulling power
Talk my little robot
Talk my little sexloaf
Description (my translation from Russian):
Prepared models wait for start of Patrick Moor's fashion show in Berlin.
Photo is AP-labelled, so, I think, it is possible to find whole set in English part of Internet.