‘Mask-bot’ set to change the face of how humans interact with machines

A robot face so realistic that it can even flutter its eyelids has been hailed by its inventors as the next-step in human-robot relations.

Mask-bot, developed by engineers at the Technical University of Munich and in Japan, can also move its head a little, raise its eyebrows and talk, bringing the sort of robots seen on blockbuster I, Robot a step closer.

The realism is achieved by a projector positioned behind the mask accurately beaming a human face onto the back of a mask, producing features that can even be seen from the side.

‘Mask-bot will influence the way in which we humans communicate with robots in the future,’ predicts Professor Gordon Cheng, head of the research team.

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