Customizable Greater Than Reality Sex Robot Start To Sell

As early as 2010, the world’s first sex robot, Locke, was born in the world. Compared with the previous sex dolls, Locke was smarter. In addition to the appearance, skin and real people, it also has the ability to send emails to the owner, upgrade programs themselves, expand vocabulary and more.

Even it can talk to people, but the vocabulary used is pre-recorded, and its built-in software freely combines words on demand.You can also customize five different types of Locke as you like, with brutal, cool, naive, mature and stimulating.

But its shortcomings are also obvious. It may be difficult for you to associate Locke with people. After all, it looks more like a multi-functional sex doll, and when talking, Locke can’t open his mouth, and the sound comes from the belly speaker.

To the sex robot Harmony is going to be released this year. To be honest, there is still an improvement in Locke, seven years ago. At least “Look” is closer to the human figure. A built-in heater is used to simulate the temperature of the human body.

Now, surreal sex robots are starting to sell to customers, and their parts can be customized, starting at $7,999 (£6,000), and that’s just the price of the head.

Harmony, a sex robot launched by California-based adult robot company Realbotix, is still under development since its launch in 2016. She can tell jokes, speak down-to-earth language, and make realistic sounds and show real facial expressions during sex.

The head can be sold as a stand-alone product or connected to the body of a sex robot, and buyers can choose from a variety of ways to customize.

In addition to eye and hair color, body type and skin tone, customers can also choose to customize the shape and color of various intimate parts.

Now, the company has confirmed that the first orders for sex robot Harmony have been shipped to customers around the world.

Guile Lindroth, head of artificial intelligence at Realbotix, told The Sun: “We have shipped the first pre-ordered robots to our customers. There are about 350 robot heads in the first order.”

However, he said that the head of the robot Harmony is still in the development stage, and the second edition will have more progress.

Guile said: “The second edition will add some new features to the head, such as cameras in the eyes for face and object recognition, face touch sensors, built-in speakers and more facial expressions.”

The robot Harmony connects via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to an artificial intelligence Android app called Harmony AI.

Anyone can download the Harmony AI app to their smartphone, create an avatar, and start building intimate relationships with their virtual lover.

Realbotix claims that Harmony AI understands the user’s emotions, preferences, and behavior patterns and reacts accordingly to create an intimate illusion.

When customers receive their sex robot Harmony, they can download the AI ​​personality directly to the robot to make it look more like a real person.

This app controls all the head animations, expressions and conversations. The Harmony robot’s head can also be fitted with a special Bluetooth speaker that makes her look as normal.

Although the body of a sex robot is currently inanimate, Realbotix says it is working on several different sensors to add more robots to the user.

These include touch sensors, accelerometers, internal heaters, etc., and even remote sex, a technology that can be used to remotely control sex toys.