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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10015 Kosaka 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Speecys Corp A life sized dancing female robot based on a Japanese anime comic figure is about to go on sale for a staggering 20 million yen / $185,380 USD / €160,000 EurosThe 155 cm / five foot tall red-haired Kosaka figure is fixed to a machine through which it is controlled.According to the makers, it can be dressed up in outfits, be a private dancer for the owner or used by businesses or amusement venues and even as a mannequin.Prices for a standard model include the system software and a non-customised exterior. The company behind it, Speecys Corp, said rental options are currently being considered and will be determined on a case-by-case basis.Speecys is calling the figure a world-first for its human-like “emotional gestures”.Kosaka is said to display incredibly smooth movements thanks to articulation, using 37 moveable joints, the most ever for a figurine of this type.A spokesman said the smooth and delicate articulation creates unprecedented sensitivity and dynamic behaviour, allowing it to express subtle expressions and emotions in its gestures. Kosaka can be controlled remotely on cloud-connected PCs or tablets, using MikuMiku Dance software so owners can decide and programme her movements. Speecys brought out a life-sized dancing idol figurine in 2017 but critics said its jerky gestures and limited movements, had a lot of room for improvement. OPS: The new Speecys Kosaka dancing robot figure. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10015 Kosaka 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Speecys Corp A life sized dancing female robot based on a Japanese anime comic figure is about to go on sale for a staggering 20 million yen / $185,380 USD / €160,000 EurosThe 155 cm / five foot tall red-haired Kosaka figure is fixed to a machine through which it is controlled.According to the makers, it can be dressed up in outfits, be a private dancer for the owner or used by businesses or amusement venues and even as a mannequin.Prices for a standard model include the system software and a non-customised exterior. The company behind it, Speecys Corp, said rental options are currently being considered and will be determined on a case-by-case basis.Speecys is calling the figure a world-first for its human-like “emotional gestures”.Kosaka is said to display incredibly smooth movements thanks to articulation, using 37 moveable joints, the most ever for a figurine of this type.A spokesman said the smooth and delicate articulation creates unprecedented sensitivity and dynamic behaviour, allowing it to express subtle expressions and emotions in its gestures. Kosaka can be controlled remotely on cloud-connected PCs or tablets, using MikuMiku Dance software so owners can decide and programme her movements. Speecys brought out a life-sized dancing idol figurine in 2017 but critics said its jerky gestures and limited movements, had a lot of room for improvement. OPS: The new Speecys Kosaka dancing robot figure. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10015 Kosaka 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Speecys Corp A life sized dancing female robot based on a Japanese anime comic figure is about to go on sale for a staggering 20 million yen / $185,380 USD / €160,000 EurosThe 155 cm / five foot tall red-haired Kosaka figure is fixed to a machine through which it is controlled.According to the makers, it can be dressed up in outfits, be a private dancer for the owner or used by businesses or amusement venues and even as a mannequin.Prices for a standard model include the system software and a non-customised exterior. The company behind it, Speecys Corp, said rental options are currently being considered and will be determined on a case-by-case basis.Speecys is calling the figure a world-first for its human-like “emotional gestures”.Kosaka is said to display incredibly smooth movements thanks to articulation, using 37 moveable joints, the most ever for a figurine of this type.A spokesman said the smooth and delicate articulation creates unprecedented sensitivity and dynamic behaviour, allowing it to express subtle expressions and emotions in its gestures. Kosaka can be controlled remotely on cloud-connected PCs or tablets, using MikuMiku Dance software so owners can decide and programme her movements. Speecys brought out a life-sized dancing idol figurine in 2017 but critics said its jerky gestures and limited movements, had a lot of room for improvement. OPS: The new Speecys Kosaka dancing robot figure. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10015 Kosaka 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Speecys Corp A life sized dancing female robot based on a Japanese anime comic figure is about to go on sale for a staggering 20 million yen / $185,380 USD / €160,000 EurosThe 155 cm / five foot tall red-haired Kosaka figure is fixed to a machine through which it is controlled.According to the makers, it can be dressed up in outfits, be a private dancer for the owner or used by businesses or amusement venues and even as a mannequin.Prices for a standard model include the system software and a non-customised exterior. The company behind it, Speecys Corp, said rental options are currently being considered and will be determined on a case-by-case basis.Speecys is calling the figure a world-first for its human-like “emotional gestures”.Kosaka is said to display incredibly smooth movements thanks to articulation, using 37 moveable joints, the most ever for a figurine of this type.A spokesman said the smooth and delicate articulation creates unprecedented sensitivity and dynamic behaviour, allowing it to express subtle expressions and emotions in its gestures. Kosaka can be controlled remotely on cloud-connected PCs or tablets, using MikuMiku Dance software so owners can decide and programme her movements. Speecys brought out a life-sized dancing idol figurine in 2017 but critics said its jerky gestures and limited movements, had a lot of room for improvement. OPS: The new Speecys Kosaka dancing robot figure. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10015 Kosaka 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Speecys Corp A life sized dancing female robot based on a Japanese anime comic figure is about to go on sale for a staggering 20 million yen / $185,380 USD / €160,000 EurosThe 155 cm / five foot tall red-haired Kosaka figure is fixed to a machine through which it is controlled.According to the makers, it can be dressed up in outfits, be a private dancer for the owner or used by businesses or amusement venues and even as a mannequin.Prices for a standard model include the system software and a non-customised exterior. The company behind it, Speecys Corp, said rental options are currently being considered and will be determined on a case-by-case basis.Speecys is calling the figure a world-first for its human-like “emotional gestures”.Kosaka is said to display incredibly smooth movements thanks to articulation, using 37 moveable joints, the most ever for a figurine of this type.A spokesman said the smooth and delicate articulation creates unprecedented sensitivity and dynamic behaviour, allowing it to express subtle expressions and emotions in its gestures. Kosaka can be controlled remotely on cloud-connected PCs or tablets, using MikuMiku Dance software so owners can decide and programme her movements. Speecys brought out a life-sized dancing idol figurine in 2017 but critics said its jerky gestures and limited movements, had a lot of room for improvement. OPS: The new Speecys Kosaka dancing robot figure. Picture supplied by Ferrari

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