Wowing crowds at an electronics fair in Hong Kong, Han's myriad of facial expressions are controlled by 40 motors.
These are covered with a unique human-like skin called "Frubber," short for "Flesh Rubber".
The ultra-realistic android can also recognise and interpret the expressions of real humans it comes into contact with.
Grace Copplestone from developers Hanson Robotics: "So he has cameras on his eyes and on his chest, which allow him to recognize people's face, not only that, but recognize their gender, their age, whether they are happy or sad."
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