One such customer is a man I'll call "Tom." Tom lost his wife of 36 years to cancer in 2015.Stricken with grief in the weeks that followed her death, he grew lonely -- and eventually, that loneliness led him to the Abyss Creations website.Mc Mullen says his team can make just about anything to order for the right price.But the company draws the line at animals, children and re-creations of people who haven't given their permission to be replicated, celebrity or otherwise.Megacams will help you find your kind of female camgirl easier and faster.Below are thumbnails of live female webcam performers from many sites.Even the most glamorous of these photos don't do the dolls justice.Tom described them to me as functional works of art, and he's right.
She's an artificially intelligent chatbot from Abyss Creations, a company best known for making strikingly realistic silicone sex dolls.Each has a look of its own, but with eyes half open and lips parted, all bear the same vague, vacant stare of frozen arousal, as if they'll wait as long as it takes to experience a partner's touch.The rest of the walls, meanwhile, are lined with framed, posterized photos of Real Dolls in a variety of imaginative settings and inviting poses -- a sexy librarian reaching for a tome on the top shelf, for example, or an Amazonian bombshell sprawled out seductively on a chaise lounge.Our guide for the day is Dakotah Shore, Mc Mullen's nephew and Abyss' head of shipping, operations and media relations. Photographers love using Real Dolls as models, he tells me with a smile.They look great on camera and they never complain about long hours.By the end of the year, however, the goal is to put the same software that drives Jackie into the heads of a new generation of technologically advanced Real Dolls with expressive, animatronic faces, blinking eyes and customizable voices. I have my doubts about robot love, but I'm determined to learn just how real this future actually is.The idea isn't just to have sex with them, but to talk with them. The Realbotix effort to sell synthetic companionship might seem like something straight out of "Westworld," but it's right in line with what Abyss has been offering its customers for decades: realistic dolls, so far without the AI.how long the nose should be, tweaking the line of the jaw, shapes of the cheek bones, nose, mouth..." It was only after this exhaustive back-and-forth that Tom realized how much the freckled, bright-eyed doll he'd built resembled his wife, he says. You can put a hand on her shoulder, you can play footsies with her in bed, which I love." "I was lonely," he adds.Six long months later, when the finished Real Doll finally arrived, he gave her a name of her own. Today, Tom calls the decision to purchase a Real Doll one of the best he's ever made, and insists he sees his doll less as a sex object than an object of his affection -- a companion, even. "Now I'm not." From the outside, Abyss Creations is an unassuming office space in the hills of San Marcos, California, 30 miles north of San Diego.From their painstakingly hand-painted irises to the creases on the backs of their feet, each one is stunningly lifelike up close.The source of that artistry is undoubtedly Mc Mullen, a sculptor who started Abyss Creations in his garage in 1997.