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(Eduardo Contreras)Nonetheless, it’s eerie spending an hour in the company of Mc Mullen’s Harmony prototype. Her eyes move, her eyelids blink, her eyebrows rise, she can turn her head, dip her chin and change facial expressions.
And when the face motor and bluetooth-powered speaker are in “chat” mode, she can talk up a blue streak.
Come January, the “Westworld” concept of lifelike sex robots will get one step closer.
That’s when a San Marcos company will unveil Harmony, an anatomically correct sex doll with a patented animatronic talking head with programmable personality and memory.
Harmony’s vocabulary is virtually endless, but she’s programmed to end any conversation that involves murder or violence.
Inspired, he decided to create a female figure so realistic it could be mistaken for a human.Buyers can choose from 16 body styles, 31 faces and five skin tones, with choice of eye color, hair and hand-painted features like freckles, veining, breast size, even a variety of nipple colors and styles (like perky, puffy or supple).The dolls range in weight from 75 to 115 pounds and can be as tall as 5 feet, 10 inches.Once the animatronic head is available in January, it will deliver the avatar’s speech via a Bluetooth speaker.
Still to come next year, a virtual reality headset that will transport the Harmony avatar into a virtual world.
Mc Mullen said he’s always had a desire to push the realism of his products forward into more humanlike interactivity, but the technology didn’t exist until recently.