Hong Kong designer has created a robot that looks exactly like Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson

Hong Kong designer has created a robot that looks exactly like Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson

The graphic designer Ricky Ma has built its own life-sized robot.

Ma has spent more than $ 40,000 and 18 months to build.

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It has even scheduled him to wink when someone tells you it’s beautiful.

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A graphic designer has created a realistic replica of actress Scarlett Johansson.

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She winks and laughs when when someone says it’s cute.

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Like many children with imagination fired by animated films, Ricky Ma grew up watching cartoons featuring the adventures of the robots, and dreamed of building his own one day.

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Although 42 years old and living his childhood dream has created the robot is your favorite actress and lifesize.

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He is wearing a gray top and skirt, and movements of the robot are in a similar way to human life.

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Ma admits that follows the model of a Hollywood star, but says he does not want to name Scarlett Johansson although the similarity is notable.

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A skeleton 3D is printed under the skin of silicone Mark 1 wrapping mechanical and electronic parts.

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Noting that about 70 percent of the robot body Johansson created using 3D printers.

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Ma, who had to master unfamiliar topics from electromechanical programming along the way, and learn how to fit the outer skin of the robot on its components.

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Ma, who believes in the importance of the robots just waiting for an investor buys its prototype, giving the capital to build more, and wants to write a book about his experience to help other enthusiasts.

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Increased robots and artificial intelligence are some of the disruptive market changes work projects WEF will lead to a net loss of 5.1 million jobs over the next five years.

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