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November 23rd, 2008
0 Creepy Human Robot Interaction Project

The wonderful engineers from the University of Bristol have decided to create a human expression robot named Jule.  Yes it is a bit creepy, but you have to look beyond that and admire the technology involved in something like this. Even though Jule’s looks like she is experiencing constipation, its still amazing to see how realistic her face expressions are.

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