Some find humanoid robots to be more creepy than cool. But the incredible detailing and mechanics behind the Geminoid-DK are absolutely stunning. While the original version originated in Japan a few years back, this lifelike android has made its way to Denmark, taking on the identity of Aalborg University professor Henrik Scharfe. All activity is controlled by a computer, which an operator monitors using a motion-capture system to track head movements and facial expressions. For instance, move your mouth or blink any eye, and the Geminoid-DK will perform the same exact action. Real steel, for real.
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