Scroll down for video While you might think that having sex behind your partner's back would count as cheating, it seems that many people don't think this is the case if the other 'person' is a robot.
Despite this, one in three Britons said they would be 'horrified' if one of their friends started a relationship with a robot, with 16 per cent saying they would try to convince them to abandon it.However, there are plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign to raise enough money to produce an English and Japanese version.She does not have a rotatable neck, but will fit all the company's other doll bodies, which have flexible limbs allowing them to “move as a real person”.He added: "Two studio level make up artists have taken this head to the next level, it looks very natural in the face."The realism of a robotic head and body together will be the next level of enhancement - the guys who work for EX Dolls have masters in robotics and are continually evolving this technology."From a software point of view, you don't want it breaking, and they need to get the internal components correct."They're also working on facial posturing, narration and interaction."We're still six or seven years away from having the ability to incorporate sensor pads and electronic wiring - it'll probably be a decade before prototypes are even made."You just don't want a heavy doll filled with technology, it can't really be an actual sex robot - it'd be too expensive."The skeleton can be posed and moved, and the head can be interacted with, but there's not full body movement and it's just an enhancement to what we're currently selling."This is the ultimate, really - I'd be very surprised if we see a fully autonomous body soon, it's too future tech and that'll be 15 to 20 years down the line."The DS Doll Robotic Head is set to hit the shelves at the end of 2018.While you might think that having sex behind your partner's back would count as cheating, it seems that many people don't think this is the case if the other 'person' is a robot.