Motor Robot Human Emotion
Engineered Arts’ Ameca moves like a human, but without hair, her emotions just seem a bit off. Now another company that has yet to be named appears to be working on a realistic human face capable of replicating our everyday emotions, although it doesn’t seem to have a voice box, which just makes the robot more creepy than not. Read more for the short clip.

How does this compare to animatronics? Well, animatronics are essentially puppets controlled by people using remotes or other devices to tell them how to move, with some of the most famous being featured in the movies “Jaws”, “Gremlins”, and even Jabba the Hutt in the original Star Wars films. This robot attempts to replicate human emotions on its own, or so we think.

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