>I know nothing about it other than what Wikipedia says the story is.
It was just a lame joke on my part. But the point about 'a robowaifu being nothing more than the equivalent of a fancy washing machine' actually works in our favor here, within the marketplace of ideas. To wit: "Why should
women get their pantsu in such a knot over just another washing machine?
>I'm a hylic, so whatever floats your boat.
The point isn't me or my preferences friend. :^) In fact it's not even you or yours... it's the reality on the ground of millions of men without loving companions today b/c of the literal Satanic evils of the Globohomo Big-Technology Government we're all burdened in dealing with. That's why we're even here on /robowaifu/, as far as I'm concerned.
Yes, you're totally correct NoidoDev. We will get there with rather high-fidelity kinematics & motion control, as an overall effort in the end. Likely, I focus a little too much on the difficulties and should stay more upbeat instead? :^)
Regardless, I certainly agree with you that we should not
be attempting to create perfectly lifelife robowaifus. I was merely addressing the consensus vs. the realworld engineering difficulties.
>We're went /meta/ a while ago, btw.
Heh, good point. Probably need to do yet another tedious relocation. :P
BTW, that image is an excellent one IMO. Nice choice, Anon. Cheers. :^)
Edited last time by Chobitsu on 08/10/2023 (Thu) 16:50:13.