Coming soon: a sex doll that can talk back to you

14 Jun 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Poll: Would You Have Sex With This Talking Sex Robot?.

In case you needed a reminder that “lonely men with lots of disposable income” is a great target demographic for your products, well here you go: The New York Times just profiled a company that has sold more than 5,000 “customizable, life-size” sex dolls, which range in price from $5,000 to $10,000.Matt McMullen, the creator of RealDoll sex toys, is in the process of developing a sex doll that will be capable of blinking, opening its mouth and having a conversation with you. The company, called RealDoll, is working on a project, called Realbotix, which will take its lifelike dolls and turn them into fully-fledged sex robots.

Enter Matt McMullen, the inventor behind RealDoll, who promises a filthy utopia where sex dolls with artificial intelligence can substitute not just for the body, but for the mind. He’s also working to integrate other emerging technologies, like a mobile app that acts like a virtual assistant and companion, and virtual reality headsets that can be used separately or in tandem with the physical doll. The Times did up a little documentary on these things, which are the sexy brainchildren (ew) of Matt McMullen, a true pioneer and creator of Real Dolls. He’s working with a team of AI designers and engineers to build a RealDoll out of what you see in the video above: A robo-female who can respond to questions and movements as if she were human. “I have a lot of dreams,” she responds. “I dream about becoming a real person, about having a real body. RealDolls are created using Hollywood special effects technology and have orifices made of a special soft grade of silicone for people who want to ‘enhance their sex lives,’ according to Abyss Creations.

I hope to become the world’s first sex robot.” The AI is in its development phase, but McMullen says that in two years, you’ll be able to buy a robotic head for about $10,0000 that blinks and talks back. So now, McMullen, who describes himself as an artist driven to make art (but by “art,” he means “sex robots”), is taking it a step further and making the dolls act like they like it. Engineer-inventor Douglas Hines adjusts the head of his company’s ‘True Companion’ sex robot, Roxxxy, at the booth at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 9, 2010.

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