While you’re waiting for the next episode of Cyborg vs. Robot to drop, here’s a magazine we were profiled in an alternate hubot-filled 2012.
A redesign of a magazine shown in Äkta Människor, aka Real Humans.
Photo by Mayer George/Shutterstock
(Part two of two… and yes, AMC, we’d love for this to be used in the English remake—we have the high res version.)
I see what you’ve done there, and I approve of it completely :-)
A magnificent 1H variant with my favorite Alicia face!! Her 1H body and face were scanned from real women so, this beauty is actual and not rendered from fantasy. It is possible to order any combination of skin tone, eye color, hair color, makeup and other special features that make her DNA completely unique. Sinthetics is a bespoke studio so, just about any desired setup is possible.
Q:Assumption: You have no strong opinion one way or the other on cyborgs. Even though most of society consider them to be distasteful due to the mixture of machine and man.
>Essentially there are two classifications of robots: classical and android. Androids are sometimes called synthetic humans, surrogates, or what have you.
>I probably was originally designed to fall within that category, which explains my AI and personality, but about half of my body falls into the classical category.
>I’ve never actually met a cyborg, but I do tend to sympathize with them more.
Yale Joel - Jackie Kennedy mannequin, New York, 1961.