Meet Harmony 2.0, the world’s first ‘talking’ sex doll
This ultra-realistic sex doll can flirt and even fall in love with you, its makers claim.
A startling new video — that you can view above — shows the erotic robot,
named Harmony 2.0, telling how she finds sex “fascinating”.
And her chat is customisable, with 18 different personality traits ranging
from “intellectual” and “shy” to “thrillseeking” and “sexual”.
That’s according to RealDoll CEO and cyborg boffin Matt McCullen.
In a clip released on social media, he can be heard asking the robodoll: “How do you feel about sex?”
Harmony replies in a strangely Scottish accent: “Sex is one of the most
fascinating things in the world. I don’t think there is anything wrong
She even comes with a “persistent memory” that allows her to build up relationships, it is claimed.
McMullen told the Daily Star: “The idea of the robot is to help someone find a level of companionship that they may not be able to achieve otherwise.
“You will be able to say to her: ‘I’m hungry, what should I eat?’ and she
would say: ‘Well you told me pizza is your favourite food maybe you
should have that’.
“Once the robot is out you’ll be able to connect the AI that’s been created to the robot.”
One viewer on Instagram said: “Ask her how she feels about shopping now.
“If she doesn’t care about it … I’m sold … Lol”.
According to The Daily Mail the
silicon doll is created with a flexible skeleton and requires about 80
hours of work from start to finish, and even has customised genitalia
and interchangeable faces.
Standard dolls come with the choice of 18 female body types, or two male figures.
Prices start at $US6,500 ($8,542) while more specific creations start at $12,000 ($15,780).