Russia has developed a humanoid robot, whose skin is made of silica gel and is vivid

In Vladivostok, Russia, promobot, the largest manufacturer of automatic service robots in Russia, has developed "living" eyes, soft skin and hair for humanoid robots, which makes humanoid robots have a realistic appearance and can be fake.
Founded in 2015, promobot is located in bilm, Russia. It is a member of Skolkovo innovation center in Russia, engaged in automatic navigation, speech recognition and human-computer interaction, and artificial skin and muscle development. The company has become the largest manufacturer of automatic service robots in the Russian Federation and Europe. The company's home robots are sold to 40 countries and regions around the world, replacing administrators, promoters, guides and concierges. In 2020, the company opened a branch in Vladivostok, which specializes in the development of the appearance of robo-c.
Chegodayer, head of the Vladivostok branch, said the robot's skin, hair, eyelashes, eyes, teeth and overall appearance were developed, while bilm's researchers put it on the skeleton to make the finished product. He said the company is making the robot "Alex" and testing all the technologies on it, which is the basic version of robo-c platform and belongs to the accompanying robot.
Chegodayev said the skin of humanoid robots is made of silica gel, which is the best solution for robot life, environmental protection, durability, elasticity and quality. When mixing silica gel, dye can be added to make skin have the desired color. Each robot has a unique skin color and requires special coating on the lips, eyelids and other parts of the face. The eye white of robot is made from plastic in mouth, and the blood vessels are made of thread, while hair and eyebrows are made of natural hair. To make humanoid robots look as realistic as possible and not frightening in appearance, they also have plastic teeth on Alex.
One of the main tasks of studying humanoid machines, the researchers say, is to create an interface through which people can communicate with robots at emotional and emotional levels to identify faces and expressions.