TOKYO -- He is male, in his 60s, 165cm tall with a weight of 50kg. His only job is to help test various kinds of medical-care equipment, such as beds and lifts. He does this by assuming sitting and lying positions, which he does through the adjustment of the 22 movable joints that his creators endowed him with.
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