Mc Mullen said he’s always had a desire to push the realism of his products forward into more humanlike interactivity, but the technology didn’t exist until recently.Harmony is the result of three years of experimentation.Mc Mullen grew up drawing, painting and working in mixed-media art until in his 20s he discovered a passion for sculpting, specializing in creating lifelike female figures 12 to 18 inches tall.
Come January, the “Westworld” concept of lifelike sex robots will get one step closer.
That’s when a San Marcos company will unveil Harmony, an anatomically correct sex doll with a patented animatronic talking head with programmable personality and memory.
Should my Tesla be able to refuse to drive me to work every morning?
” Realbotix CEO/creative director Matt Mc Mullen is rolling out a doll, whose name is Harmony, that has a robotic head. Mc Mullen, whose company is in San Marcos, is the founder of Abyss Creations which makes the Real Doll.
Buyers can choose from 16 body styles, 31 faces and five skin tones, with choice of eye color, hair and hand-painted features like freckles, veining, breast size, even a variety of nipple colors and styles (like perky, puffy or supple).
The dolls range in weight from 75 to 115 pounds and can be as tall as 5 feet, 10 inches.
In May, he released the Harmony AI app through Realbotix on the website realbotix.systems.
Available for a year on Droid platforms (Apple’s i OS system doesn’t allow sexually themed apps), Harmony AI allows the user to design and dress an online avatar female model for conversations.
And women’s advocates say owners could realistically rehearse plans for violent sexual acts with the interactive dolls.
But Mc Mullen, the CEO and creative director for Realbotix, a subsidiary of his doll-making factory Abyss Creations, said critics of Harmony have it all wrong.
The user can choose the avatar’s physical features, personality features (shy, sensual, funny, talkative), moods, level of desire, voice style and even regional accent.