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2/12/2014

Japan’s TOA HEAVY INDUSTRIES SYNTHETIC MAN

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Created for special operations by TOA Heavy Industries Corporation Ltd., this prototype of a male-version of a synthetic human claims to have a self-development type A.I. installed (which is very believable for a fcuking toy that only costs 120 dollars). Initially, TOA Heavy Industries says this male-type synthetic will be stationed at their headquarters as an “Agent.” Ri-i-i-ight. (¬_¬)

東亜重工 – TOA Heavy Industries
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According to TOA’s website, their synthetic human can handle a variety of working environments and has exceptional “combat ability.” Toa goes on to, explain: said-openDue to being a prototype, his outer aspects are incomplete, making the facial part just a shell that mimics the human face. said-closed

東亜重工 合成人間 – TOA HEAVY INDUSTRIES SYNTHETIC HUMAN

Ok, ok, these synthetic humans are from the manga comic “Biomega” that has:
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AI companions working as agents sent by TOA Heavy Industries to retrieve humans with the ability to resist and transmute the N5S infection, which is spreading across the world, turning humans into “Drones”; disfigured, zombie-like beings [in other words, salarymen].

—wikipedia.org/wiki/Biomega_(manga)

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Previous 3Yen reports of Japan’s synthetic humans include:
   • J-bots invade the Uncanny Valley (3Yen / 2010-08-05)
   • Tokyo’s Fembot Bar (3Yen / 2012-07-28)
   • Japan’s govn’t to build fun Gundams! (3Yen / 2012-06-27)



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5 Responses to “Japan’s TOA HEAVY INDUSTRIES SYNTHETIC MAN”

  1. Blast Hardcheese Buff Buck Says:

    TOA’s “Synthetic Agent” is just a naked GI Joe doll. Yuck-o.

    I much rather have that Japanese fashion model robot without clothes you posted a while back:
    news.3yen.com/2009-03-17/japan-gets-to-the-point-introduces-fashion-model-robot-without-clothes

  2. Taro Says:

    Blast Hardcheese Buff Buck wrote:
    I much rather have that Japanese fashion model robot without clothes you posted a while back…

    fem bot
     
    Yeah, the HRP-4C fembot (L) is HOT, ain’t she?
     
    Not only is she naked but she’s also an amazingly realistically-appearing robot—158cm (5′ 2″), her weight 43kg (95 lbs.) (including battery), and her joint positioning and dimensions are just right for a young Japanese woman.

  3. Taro3Yen Says:

    Mo’ betta fembots…

    love cannot even describe these fembots

  4. Mike Armstrong Says:

    And Japan just keeps on Japaning! But NO DANCING! They are killing Roppongi and Kabukicho for the Orympikku.

  5. Taro Says:

    Mike Armstrong wrote:
    And Japan just keeps on Japaning! But NO DANCING! …

    What Armstrong-san is referring to is that dancing is illegal in most Japanese clubs. The documentary video above by Real Scenes Films explains the problem as follows.

    Real Scenes Films—about the documentary…
    residentadvisor.net

    To most of us, a police ban on dancing sounds like the stuff of dystopian nightmares, but in the latest episode of our flagship documentary series we see how this is a reality for people in the Japanese capital.
    “Humans eat, reproduce and sleep,” says Dommune’s Naohiro Ukawa. “And they dance.” But in Japanese clubs these days, this basic form of expression is illegal. The Entertainment Business Control Law, or Fueiho as it is commonly known, was passed decades ago to control prostitution in the Japanese entertainment industry. It states that venues under 66 meters squared cannot obtain a license to allow dancing. For years authorities turned a blind eye to the club scene in Tokyo, which became known as one of the world’s best places to hear dance music. But over the last couple of years, the police have begun to stringently clamp down. There are many theories as to why this happened (most people see the restrictions in Osaka, which began in 2010, as a starting place for the enforcement of Fueiho) but the result is that a once vibrant scene is now being slowly strangledmore

    http://youtu.be/paR21Qi6848

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