In 1997, he launched Abyss Creations with the goal of selling his lifelike full-size dolls as art pieces.
But when a flood of customers asked him to make the dolls anatomically correct for sexual purposes, he went with the flow.“I saw the opportunity to make a living and do what I loved, which was art.
The user can choose the avatar’s physical features, personality features (shy, sensual, funny, talkative), moods, level of desire, voice style and even regional accent.
But Mc Mullen, the CEO and creative director for Realbotix, a subsidiary of his doll-making factory Abyss Creations, said critics of Harmony have it all wrong.Then one day while walking through a department store, he was mesmerized by a human model posing as a mannequin.Inspired, he decided to create a female figure so realistic it could be mistaken for a human.Come January, the “Westworld” concept of lifelike sex robots will get one step closer.That’s when a San Marcos company will unveil Harmony, an anatomically correct sex doll with a patented animatronic talking head with programmable personality and memory.(Eduardo Contreras)Nonetheless, it’s eerie spending an hour in the company of Mc Mullen’s Harmony prototype. Her eyes move, her eyelids blink, her eyebrows rise, she can turn her head, dip her chin and change facial expressions.