Up to now, you’ve probably seen Ameca from Engineered Arts, a humanoid robot that looks too human and can interact and react like a human using a human-like artificial body (AB) along with a human-like artificial intelligence (AI).
Engineered Arts released a new video this week that showcases Ameca’s ability to mimic human expressions. An iPhone 12 with AR Kit is used for facial motion capture and the action is mapped to Ameca’s face in real-time. I promise this isn’t a sci-fi movie, this is a real robot trying to mimic even the tiniest expressions on a human’s face.
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