Last Updated on February 8, 2021 by Roborts
Since January 2018, the new talking sex robots or sex doll has taken over the social media and blogs, and it going rival thanks to McMullen who brought this art to life.
For a very long time now, sex toys have been common for the ladies which they use to satisfy their sex urge and to add more flavor to sex with their love or sex mate.
On this post, we are going to tell you a list of thing you don’t know about the new talking sex doll.
Things you don’t know about the New talking sex doll.
1). The creator of the sex doll is called Matt McMullen, he’s been making lifelike silicone sex dolls for 20 years.
2). The Name of the sex doll or Robots is Harmony ( McMullen’s Harmony )
3). Anatomically correct sex doll with a patented animatronic talking head with programmable personality and memory.
4). Harmony has the ability to have sensual conversations and telling naughty jokes.
5). Harmony doesn’t operate independently, they are simply robots built to keep company and have sex.
6). The talking sex doll has not been designed to replace anyone or promote the objectification of women.
7). Her face is incredibly human.
8). Her eyes move
9). She can blink her eyelids
10). She can raise her eyebrows
11). She can turn her head
12). She can dip her chin and change facial expressions, like during the dick penetration
13). And when the face motor and Bluetooth-powered speaker are in “chat” mode, she can talk up a blue streak.
14). Harmony priced around $10,000 — is widely considered the most scientifically advanced human-style robot in the world.
15). Harmony is designed with interchangeable magnetic faces so the owner can switch the sex organs as he wants.
16). Harmony’s vocabulary is virtually endless, but she’s programmed to end any conversation that involves murder or violence.
17). Harmony is the result of three years of experimentation.
One critic worries that the doll’s artificial intelligence app could be hacked to make it kill its owner (like the vengeance meted out by sex robots in the film “Ex Machina” and TV show “Westworld”). And women’s advocates say owners could realistically rehearse plans for violent sexual acts with the interactive dolls.
In 1997, he launched Abyss Creations with the goal of selling his lifelike full-size dolls as art pieces. But when a flood of customers asked him to make the dolls anatomically correct for sexual purposes, he went with the flow.