The first Roxxxy sex robot videos have appeared online
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The long wait of MANkind is finally over. Next week will see the unveiling to the world’s media of the very first female robot designed to provide sexual and emotional gratification for men. The sexbot will be unveiled at an Adult Industry exhibition fair taking place in Los Angeles.
TrueCompanion (booth #7031) will unveil the very first female sex robot at AEE. The artificial intelligence robots are specially engineered to completely gratify the owner and fully equipped to carry a conversation or have an intimate encounter.
We hope to bring photos, and hopefully a video or two, of this historic event shortly after it happens. It’s not known when the sexbots will go on sale, how much they will cost, or even (until next week) what they look like, but you can visit the homepage of the company – True Companion – Home of the World’s First Sex Robot – for more information.
We have been designing “Roxxxy TrueCompanion”, your TrueCompanion.com sex robot, for many years, making sure that she: knows your name, your likes and dislikes, can carry on a discussion and expresses her love to you and be your loving friend. She can talk to you, listen to you and feel your touch. She can even have an orgasm!
Researchers at Indiana University have challenged the long-held assumption that androids, dolls and virtual characters become MORE eerie the closer they resemble humans – an assumption known as the ‘uncanny valley premise.’
40 years ago, the pioneering Japanese robotocist Masahiro Mori defined the uncanny valley as that place where zombies, corpses and dancing mannequins reside. Achieving a level of realism without falling in to the uncanny valley is the goal of computer animators, roboticists and, of course, makers of realistic love dolls.
The good news is that researcher Karl MacDorman has found that the rule does not always apply… click to read more on virtual eeriness challenged.