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[Video] Humanoid robots get extremely realistic expressions

Η Engineered Arts, a UK-based humanoid robot maker, recently showed off one of its most vibrant creations in a video posted on YouTube. The robot, named Ameca, is shown making a series of incredibly human facial expressions.

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At the beginning of the video, Ameca appears to be "waking up" as her face transmits a mixture of confusion and frustration when she opens her eyes. But when Ameca starts looking at her hands and arms, she opens her mouth and raises her eyebrows with a look of surprise. The end of the video shows Ameca smiling and extending a welcoming hand to the viewer.

Despite its believable face, however, the Ameca does not walk, roll over or park like the Boston Dynamics robot Atlas. That said, we will probably not see Ameca walking and talking between us any time soon. Engineered Arts says the bot is unable to walk, although it wants to give it that ability at some point. As for whether Ameca works using artificial intelligence, Engineered Arts explains that it leaves the possibilities of artificial intelligence to developers, simply handling highly realistic expressions.

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If Ameca does not excite you enough, Engineered Arts has also developed another realistic bot, called Mesmer. The company says it used XNUMXD scans of real people to give muzzle precise bone structure, skin texture and realistic facial expressions. In a video released a few days after Ameca's report, Mesmer makes a series of expressions that seem even more convincing, as this bot has more vivid skin and facial features than Ameca currently has.

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As Engineered Arts focuses on creating humanoid robots for entertainment, Ameca and Mesmer will likely be the focus of attention at venues and events, as opposed to robots designed to do a specific job or occupy all of humanity. If you want to see Ameca in real life, Engineered Arts says it will be on display at CES 2022 in January.

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