|Welcome to the Robowaifu Institute of Technology
the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit advancing robotics to a point where anime catgirl meidos are a reality.
Hello there, internet wanderer!
If you're looking for how to make robowaifus and robowaifu accessories you've come to the right place. This wiki is still under construction but hopefully you can find something useful here for your adventures.
|Making robowaifus isn't easy,
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|If you find this wiki useful please consider|
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starting wanted pages,
expanding short pages
connecting ronery pages and dead ends.
If you have any questions about the site, you can ask on this wiki's imageboard, I'll help you out. If you have robowaifu-related questions I recommend checking out the catalog on /robowaifu/ or asking in the QTDDTOT thread.
What are robowaifus?
Robowaifus are empathetic female robot companions yet to be fully realized that will serve a variety of functions for their partners. There are many approaches being explored on the path to developing them, namely smart dolls with animatronic features or augmented by artificial intelligence to virtual reality and simple chatbots. The term robowaifu is a portmanteau of robot and waifu. A robot being a machine capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically, and a waifu being a term for a fictional character, usually in anime or related media, that someone has a great affection for, so much that he wishes she were his wife.
Using the wiki
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