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Never seen before photos of how sex dolls are assembled
By Mirror | Updated Jul 31, 2018 at 13:43 EAT

Designers say they've created 'realistic' robots whose eyes and limbs can move

The pictures were taken inside a factory in Guangdong

With heads strewn around the workshop, this is the scene inside a Chinese factory where sex robots are made.

Disturbing pictures show the dolls being put together before they are sold to customers who want to fornicate with them.

Designers say they've created 'realistic' robots whose eyes and limbs can move, and are able to hold basic conversations.

Clients are able to specify what colour they want their robot's eyes and hair to be.

The pictures were taken inside a factory in Guangdong, where the androids are assembled by workers at Chinese firm WM DOLL.

The factory's product manager, Liu Ding, 40, said: "We started by focusing on the chatting function, then we thought the robot can be developed in even better ways.

"We then made the arms and legs movable, and programed many different modes on robots.

"This allows us to market ourselves to different target customers."

But not everyone is convinced, with fears being voiced that using sex robots will impact on customer's ability to interact with real people.

Sexologist Tong Li said in the future people could choose to stay in with the dolls as we become more dependant on the internet and 'less interested' in socialising with people.

He said: "On one hand it (an AI sex doll) satisfies people's need and in the meantime on the other hand, it reduces the need.

"Maybe after I play and chat with the dolls at home, I would perhaps not have that much motivation to socialise in the real life.

"Because in the future people will be more dependent on the internet and staying at home.

"Then people will find chatting and socialising with others very tiring."

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