A model demonstrates the ‘KiLA’ real-time animation system
Loners can now feel the sweet, virtual breath of a woman upon their neck without bothering to find a lover.
It’s all thanks to Japanese firm FutureLeap, which has created a virtual reality system so realistic you’d swear that cyber date just whispered sweet nothings in your ear.
A man wears VR headgear while a young model tosses balloons in the air at FutureLeap’s booth during the VR/AR World Exhibition
Other companies have even moved away from offerings that require a VR headset.
LiveCartoon CEO Shohei Tsuji, covered head to toe in motion sensors, demonstrated the company’s newest product by showing off his best dance moves while a pretty female anime character mimicked his steps on screen.
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The system, Tsuji said, could be used by retailers who want to interact with customers by having the cutesy character engage passersby while the person who controls the character remains out of sight.
"With this system you can have animated characters talking directly to customers," he said.