Jules the Robot is Scarily Realistic

Jules the Robot is Scarily Realistic
Innovation
Dan Gould
  • 31 october 2008

Just in time for Halloween, Gizmodo has posted what may be the creepiest thing you’ll see all day. A team at The University of Bristol, UK, have created a very realistic looking robot head capable of complex facial expressions. Jules is the robot’s name, and 34 servos can mimic human expressions real-time. Prepare to be freaked out, because we’re leaving the uncanny valley in the dust.

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