The nuptials at this ceremony were led by "I-Fairy," a 4-foot tall seated robot with flashing eyes and plastic pigtails. Sunday's wedding was
the first time a marriage had been led by a robot, according to manufacturer Kokoro Co.
"Please lift the bride's veil," the robot said in a tinny voice, waving its arms in the air as the newlyweds kissed in front of about 50 guests.
The wedding took place at a restaurant in Hibiya Park in central Tokyo, where the I-Fairy wore a wreath of flowers and directed a rooftop ceremony.
Wires led out from beneath it to a black curtain a few feet away, where a man crouched and clicked commands into a computer.
Ummm, I don't think this would be considered a legal marriage in the U.S. Would be a fitting way for the up and coming ATS nuptials to tie the knot
though (Listen to Part 1 of ATS Live 7 ...Here ...to hear about the two I am referring to).
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