Animatronic window dummy

Van Mensvoort
July 18th 2009


What if the mannequins in the shopping windows suddenly started moving? Would you buy more, or would it just trigger your anthropomorphobic responses? Soon we will know.

Momo is a regular window dummy, upgraded with some mechanics, electronics and software. The mannequin is simple to use: Just put it in the shopping window, dress it and switch it on. Its movements are programmed on a memory stick.  Anthropomorphobic object of the week.

Created by R2R. Via Bright.

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