But on the world's biggest video-game streaming site, Twitch, the stars of The Playroom haven't been its robots — they've been its players.
The Play Station 4 can stream any of its games live.
The Playroom — an alternate reality game that comes pre-loaded on Play Station 4 — projects the miniature machines into players' living rooms.
Using the Play Station Camera, players can interact with them, kicking, flicking, and cradling them as they frolic and cower.
I always think of it as a wom-ba.’” But if the Roomba is a girl, then Asimo is definitely a boy.
But Honda repeatedly refers to the robot with the pronoun “he” on the Asimo website.
Since then it’s been happily sweeping my living room and dining room every week or so. These days Asimo spends his time as Honda’s goodwill ambassador to the world’s science museums, auto shows, and other venues. Asimo doesn’t look especially boy-like-there’s no slingshot in his back pocket, there’s no telltale bulge under his belt, and there’s no hint of facial hair.
It also terrifies my cats and my three-year-old twin boys. In fact, you can’t even see his face: the robot’s head is covered with a visor that has just two big holes for its video-camera eyes.The online dating world has been lit ablaze by the app known as Tinder.Tinder is a location-aware mobile dating app that leverages your Facebook profile, likes, friend information, and photos and attempts to match you with other singles that have common interests, friends, or that live near you and meet your search criteria.With befores and afters combining to form something new, photographer Leland Bobbé‘s latest project is like a makeup makeover show idling at “during”–factor in drag queens as the subjects and the halved transformations become all the more striking.“Half-Drag” throws the drama of drag in sharp relief on one face with queens sporting their alter egos in full hair (and even fuller makeup) on the left side and sporting an au naturel look all on the right.To uncover the source of inspiration for “Half-Drag,” we must dial back a year to one of Bobbé’s previous projects and meet some colorful characters by the names of Dr. After capturing neo-burlesque performers in a series of fantastical portraits that were so aptly on exhibit at NYC’s Museum of Sex, Bobbé says he stumbled upon a photo of Dr.His robot, made of mannequin limbs and scrap materials from discarded cars, has a CCTV camera for a face and gyrates around a pole."It's going to the idea of voyeurism and then the issue of who has the power in voyeurism — is it the watched or watchers — which is kind of an argument that goes around the idea of stripping and pole dancing," he said.