It’s not cheap though … costing anything between USD $8,000 to $10,000 depending on your tastes and customization.
Today, she’s ventured out of the dimly lit R&D room at Abyss Creations to meet me at CES. On the eve of her debut, Harmony has ventured to the hotbed of consumer electronics with a new face, an updated AI and a few new friends.
When I first met Matt McMullen, Harmony’s creator and human chaperone, he planned to launch what I’ve called the world’s first commercially viable sex robot in late 2017. Harmony’s AI would be customizable via an accompanying Android app, but with limitations. While he had plans for a male version and mused about other gender variations, Harmony would launch as an artificial female with porn star proportions.
Harmony failed to launch in 2017, but McMullen and his team have been hard at work, making improvements to Harmony’s AI and the robotic head it’s housed in. He’s now targeting the end of this month for a release date, and while he’s says he’s still refining the pricing, Realbotix modular robotic heads should cost between $8,000 and $10,000 at launch