Pretty soon all this Tinder, spending obscene amounts of money on dates to impress a woman and desperately hitting on women at the bar will all be a thing of the past. In the future you’ll have a beautiful, smart robotic woman who is custom tailored to your personality and preference of facial features and body. No more having to prove your worth as a human being to some pretentious, judgey stranger and her family. Nope. In the future we’ll have robotic partners that will not nag you to stop playing your hologram Star Wars video game and force you to go to brunch with her shitty friends. For one man, the future is now with his lifelike Scarlett Johansson robot.
Ricky Ma has spent more than $50,000 and a year and a half creating the female robot prototype, Mark 1, and he modeled his female android after the beautiful Avengers star. Not satisfied with just jerking off to Ex Machina like the rest of us, Ma took initiative and built a realistic-looking female robot.
As for the inspiration for the robot the 42-year-old product and graphic designer said, “When I was a child, I liked robots. Why? Because I liked watching animation. All children loved it. There were Transformers, cartoons about robots fighting each other and games about robots.” Sorry, not buying it one bit. If he was so into “Transformers,” he would have built more masculine, blocky robots, but he didn’t, he erected a totally fuckable female droid that looks like one of the most gorgeous women in the world. I’ll bet the farm that this robot has a cocksocket.
Approximately 70 percent of the body of Mark 1 (Probably should have named it something more feminine like “Scarlett 1”) was created using 3D printing technology. A 3D-printed skeleton lies beneath Mark 1’s silicone skin, covering its mechanical and electronic interior.
This dude is two years from becoming a real-life Nathan Bateman and moving to a secluded home in the wilderness and living out his days creating an army of automated girlfriends until they become self-aware and kill him.
“When I started building it, I realised it would involve dynamics, electromechanics and programming,” said Ma. “I have never studied programming, how was I supposed to code?” Well Ma’s deep-seated desire for an animatronic girlfriend willed him into creating this robot.
You’ve been warned ladies, robots are coming to take your men with their cyborg self-lubricating vaginas and a control systems that never want to watch The Notebook.