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A SEX doll company is making a Terminator-style robot head which can speak, smile and even sing – but only in Chinese.

The prototype of the DS Doll Robotic Head, which is coated in silicone “skin” and is controlled by a smartphone and a PlayStation controller, is the world’s most lifelike mechanical sex servant.

The new robot head can speak, smile and even sing

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The new robot head can speak, smile and even sing

The model, made by Doll Sweet Dolls and EX Doll, has a “stunningly beautiful” face and can listen and answer questions using sophisticated voice recognition software.

The company is hoping to launch a crowdfunding campaign to help produce an English and Japanese version.

Despite not having a rotatable neck, the robot head will fit all the company’s other doll bodies, which have flexible limbs allowing them to “move as a real person.”

Paul Lumb, head of Cloud Climax, says the prototype is the “Bugatti Veyron of VR” and comes with a similarly hefty price tag of around £4,500.

The company is Europe’s only authorised EX Doll retailer and the makers are hoping to bring the robotic head to the UK at the end of next year.

Paul says the futuristic technology is at the “forefront” of sex tech, but insists we are still decades away from “sex robots.”

Named the DS Doll Robotic Head, the new model is controlled using a smartphone and a Playstation controller

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Named the DS Doll Robotic Head, the new model is controlled using a smartphone and a Playstation controller

The company are striving to create a Terminator-style robot

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The company are striving to create a Terminator-style robot

The new singing head can attach onto any of the company’s saucy robot bodies

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The new singing head can attach onto any of the company’s saucy robot bodies

He said: “EX Dolls have been working on a robotics head since 2014, but we’re generations away from a Terminator-style cyborg.

“What they’ve been doing is developing app control for the robot head, but currently with the prototype it’s only got Chinese dialect, which is their core market.

“They will have an element of natural conversation, so they won’t sound too robotic, but they will take time – languages are massive.

“The voice recognition is no different to a smart phone, but this model also has facial expressions, unlike standard silicone heads.


“Over the last two years we’ve been moving towards real touch, real feel silicon dolls, enhancing the skeleton to make it lighter – these adult-sized dolls have a combined head and body weight of five stone.

“It’s an opportunity to take this to the next level of where doll development is going, and it’s been happening quietly behind the scenes for ten to 15 years.

“This is revolutionary, it’s a game-changer – from a gamer’s perspective, it’d be like a new console being released.

“This is the next step of teledildonics reality, it’s at the forefront of adult tech and is really the Bugatti Veyron of VR.”

The new robot model has been branded the Bugatti Veyron of virtual reality

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The new robot model has been branded the Bugatti Veyron of virtual reality

The new model head comes with a hefty price tag of around £4,500

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The new model head comes with a hefty price tag of around £4,500

Paul says it is unlikely we will see “actual sex robots” any time soon, as they would be too heavy and expensive.

But he claims this prototype is the latest step to the “next level of very natural realism.”

He added: “This is the ultimate, really – I’d be very surprised if we see a fully autonomous body soon, it’s too future tech and that’ll be 15 to 20 years down the line.”

Paul says the dolls are part of promoting a healthy sex life – something he compares to healthy eating or going to the gym.

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