The maker of the life-size RealDoll, Abyss Creations, has released an AI named Harmony. The release marks the first step towards personal sex robots. RealDoll is a life-size faux-human that you can have sex with. The makers of the doll have decided to step up their efforts in the pursuit of creating an AI integrated sexbot.
Harmony AI was released by Abyss Creations on Saturday after months of teasing. Harmony AI is an app with a brain that is determined to help your silicone RealDoll cater to your every urge and desire.
After setting up, one can interact with the AI using only their voice. Harmony is designed to progressively learn about its owner and remember key facts meant to create an engaging simulation of a relationship. The more that Harmony learns about it owner, the more she transforms a dream girl.
The AI app is the precursor to Abyss' future female sexbots famously known as gynoids. Reports from Abyss indicate that the app will let users create a unique AI personality and even control how happy, shy, sensual, funny and talkative their RealDoll is.
The new development will take the 20-year-old RealDolls and step up beyond Samantha, which is a preprogrammed gynoid that was recently introduced by a Spanish engineer. Harmony will also let users create a fully customizable 3D avatar.
Abyss CEO Matt McMullen made a statement in response to most people’s perception that only female robots are currently being developed by indicating that the app's foundation is genderless. McMullen said that after the male version of the app is complete, adding that it will allow subscribers to easily choose different genders when creating their AIs.
The Harmony AI app is unavailable in either the iOS or Google Play app stores. One has to sign up for a $20 yearly subscription on the Realbotix page and download the app straight from there. The app is currently available only for Android users.
Abyss revealed that the app is unavailable in either the iOS or Google Play app stores since it's the only way the company can integrate unedited and uncensored content into the app.
Abyss revealed that it may release a PG version of the app in that store later. The ultimate goal of Harmony is to provide a next-level relationship, beyond what current RealDolls can. In the future, the AI will be integrated into a robotic-head system that can be placed on a RealDoll.
The enhanced RealDoll will be able to move her neck and shake her head, and will have full jaw movement/lip sync with the Harmony app, in addition to blinking, roving eyes and moving brows. The Harmony head will also be able to smile at you, or express disappointment, with a frown. The user will also be able to customize her face and makeup.
Harmony's head, which is targeted for release this year is expected to cost under $10,000 for the basic versions. One can preorder her now with a $2,000 deposit.