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Photo Courtesy HBOA new patent filing for Disney hints at a dark, apocalyptic future at Disney’s amusement parks… or even in your own home.
In any case, it’s clear robotic technology is going to come into amusement parks one day or another.
/ All Images US Patent & Trademark OfficeInside the robot’s upper body.
However, given all the technological innovations Disney has done over the years, including robotic BB-8 toys, moving to humanoid-style robots seems like a natural fit.
Only time will tell whether they’ll be sexbots in a brothel, animated cartoon characters, or a weird-ass mix of both.

Disney Could Go Westworld With New Patent Filing For Soft ‘Humanoid’ Robots

Disney Could Go Westworld With New Patent Filing For Soft 'Humanoid' Robots

as declared in A new patent filing for Disney hints at a dark, apocalyptic future at Disney’s amusement parks… or even in your own home.
In any case, it’s clear robotic technology is going to come into amusement parks one day or another.
/ All Images US Patent & Trademark OfficeInside the robot’s upper body.
However, given all the technological innovations Disney has done over the years, including robotic BB-8 toys, moving to humanoid-style robots seems like a natural fit.
Disney has sent in a new patent application for “a robot that will move and physically interact like an animated character” that has been “adapted for soft contact and/or interaction with a human.”
Disney Files a Patent for Soft-Body Robots

as declared in First spotted by the Orlando Sentinel, Disney on Thursday filed a new patent application for soft-body robots that can move and interact like an animated character.
In the patent filing, Disney said the robots would be created “for reducing collision impacts during human interaction.
Walt Disney Co. (DIS) could someday employ robots instead of humans to don its character costumes and wander its theme parks if a recent patent application is any indication.
If Disney does eventually have robots wandering its theme parks, safety will undoubtedly be an issue.
While huggable robots could help Disney save money on labor costs, it’s not clear if anything will come from the patent.

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