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Introduction: Thunder Claps, waves roar, and mankind powers on. Set to be released in 2017,
the all purpose android Ninja Girl-107 will rock your world. She can be your companion, run, walk, and talk.
She can do things from getting you a drink to helping you fix the car, doing dishes, playing soccer, and practicing karate.
She can entertain and tell you the weather. She can even read and write.
It seems there is nothing Ninja Girl-107 Can't do. The question is, are you ready for her?

-C.E.O., William Parker O'Neill.

Check out these links!!! Hi Everyone!!! Cherry Blossom Technology is a company dedicated to creating android robots and other cool gadgets. On the gofundme is mentioned they will be re-creating androids models after anime characters. "We will probably re-create functional models of androids from anime resembling Solty, Cherry, Lime, Bloodberry, Mahoro, Chii, Yuzukee, Ickerus, Nymph, Astria, and other custom models." You can check it out here: Cherry Blossom Technology's Gofundme Search Ebay user bluesodax1 for listings to support Cherry Blossom Technology! Ebay (copy and paste into new tab) Cafepress store with tshirts, hats, coffee cups, and other cool stuff! Sponsor The Prototype or Pre Order Check out the store! Store Updates Well I hope you enjoy it! Share until you can't share!

Welcome to the website!!! My name is William Parker O'Neill, C.E.O. Of Cherry Blossom Technology. The goal of Cherry Blossom Technology is to create new technologies and gadgets and android robots to help people. Many blueprints for new technologies, gadgets, and android robots have already been created.

A story about Cherry Blossom Technology and how it was created: I was always interested in robots when I was younger, and we had a large cherry blossom tree in our back yard, also known as a Sakura tree in Japan. Through school I was always designing robots and drawing video game art and anime art and other art. Anime is traditionally known as animation made in Japan. I was introduced to anime many times throughout my life, sometimes by friends. At some point in time I discovered many animes had robots and android robots. An android robot is a humanoid robot. Some of the animes that had androids were Chobits, a story about an android girl and a student falling in love, and their adventures, and also about androids and how they would effect society, other animes like Sabre Marionette J and Solty Rei I discovered later along with Mahoromatic and Sora no Otoshimono (Heaven's Lost Property). All very inspirational and comical but some adult themes. Anyway sometime around 2010 I really started working on my android blueprints and some years later I decided I would create a company to sell them, and I named it Cherry Blossom Technology!!!

Anime descriptions:


Chobits (??????, Chobittsu) is a Japanese manga created by the Japanese manga collective Clamp. It was published by Kodansha in Young Magazine from the 43rd issue for 2000 to the 48th issue for 2002 and collected in eight bound volumes. Chobits was adapted as a 26-episode-long anime television series broadcast on TBS and Animax from April to September 2002. In addition, it has spawned two video games as well as various merchandise such as figurines, collectable cards, calendars, and artbooks. The series tells the story of Hideki Motosuwa, who finds an abandoned persocom (?????, PasoKon), or personal computer (??????????? pasonaru konpyuta) with human form, which he names "Chi" after the only word it initially can speak. As the series progresses, they explore the mysteries of Chi's origin together and questions about the relationship between human beings and computers. The manga is set in the same universe as Angelic Layer, taking place a few years after the events of that story, and like Angelic Layer, it explores the relationship between humans and electronic devices shaped like human beings. Chobits branches off as a crossover into many other stories in different ways, such as Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, xxxHolic and Kobato.

Sabre Marionette J:

Saber Marionette J (??????????J?, Seiba Marionetto Jei) is a Japanese anime produced by Hal Film Maker,[1] aired on TV Tokyo from October 1, 1996 to March 25, 1997.[2] It is the second installation of the Saber Marionette line of series, preceding Saber Marionette J Again and succeeding Saber Marionette R. The show was localized in North America by Ocean Productions and into six other languages by various companies. In between production, Saber Marionette J made transitions in other media. A manga serialized in the Kadokawa Shoten magazine Dragon Age was circulated from October 1996 to November 1999,[3][4] collected into five volumes by the company. A concurrent radio drama was broadcast and the show's original soundtrack was published by Kings Records.[5] The show was also the basis for a PlayStation fighting game called Saber Marionette J: Battle Sabers, developed and published by Tom Create.[6]

Solty Rei:

SoltyRei (Japanese: ???????, Hepburn: SorutiRei) is a Japanese anime series by Gonzo and AIC combining attributes of drama and sci-fi, about the inhabitants of a city where an Aurora prevents aerial travel. It is directed by Yoshimasa Hiraike and co-produced by TV Asahi, Gonzo and AIC with music by Toshiyuki Omori. On April 2, 2006, Funimation Entertainment confirmed at Anime Expo that it had the rights to distribute SoltyRei.[1] On January 26, 2009, the series made its North American television debut on the Funimation Channel.[2]


Mahoromatic (?????????, Mahoromatikku) is a sci-fi romantic comedy manga and anime series which contains elements of the literary genre of tragic dramas. It is about a female android former soldier, Mahoro. Driven by guilt from her actions during her combat days, she decides to dedicate the rest of her life to serving the son of her late commander as a maid.

Sora no Otoshimono (Heaven's Lost Property):

Heaven's Lost Property (Japanese: ?????????, Hepburn: Sora no Otoshimono, lit., "Lost Property of the Sky" or "Misplaced by Heaven"), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Suu Minazuki. The plot revolves around Tomoki Sakurai, a highly perverted teenager who desires to live a peaceful life but encounters a fallen girl with wings, named Ikaros, who becomes his servant. The manga began monthly serialization in the May 2007 issue of manga magazine Shonen Ace and concluded with the March 2014 issue. The first tankobon was released by Kadokawa Shoten on September 26, 2007, with a total of 20 volumes released. An anime adaptation produced by AIC aired in Japan in 2009,[1] followed with a second season, a feature film, and two video games.[2] A second film was released in Japan on April 26, 2014.[3] The anime is licensed in North America by Funimation.

About the android robots:

List the things you want to improve:
Why should it be improved?
To become better and stronger and more useful.
Who will benefit from the improvement?
Everyone who owns or interacts with the android robots.
What is wrong with it at the present time?
Lack of funding.
Did someone else cause a problem with it?
How do you propose to improve it?
Inertia generator and solar panels in the skin.
Do you have the facilities to do the work required?
Somewhat. Could use larger facilities.
- Do you have the know-how to do the work required to
improve it? -Yes.
Exactly what part needs to be improved?
The electro magnetic rotators, inertia generator, and solar skin.
Should it be smaller? Larger?
It can vary in size but should be started with a standard size.
Should the color be different?
Maybe skin and hair colors can be offered later on but a standard will be used.
Would more activity help make it better?
As far as activities that is completely up to the owner depending on what type of android robot they have, things like cleaning and chores might be enough for worker models.
- Could it be combined with something else to make it more practical?
-A phone maybe? A portable computer?
Would a different basic material work better?
All materials must be top notch.
Is it too complicated, could it be simplified?
That is a very relative question.
Would a substitute be more meaningful?
No comment.
Is it priced too high?
I think its very fair.
Would a change in personnel help the situation?
Maybe an addition of personnel would help.
Can the shape be changed to advantage?
Yes, per model.
Can a new marketing plan make the difference?
Of course!
Is it safe?
100% Safe!
Can it be mass produced to bring the unit cost down?
Should the appearance be changed... streamlined?
It can be customized to the customer's specifications.
Is there an adequate guarantee?
There is no written guarantee yet.
What can make it appeal to a bigger audience?
Entertainment, new functions and abilities.
Would new packaging or trade name enhance it?
Stasis cells would be used as packaging, other than maybe a box for shipment. A company name and logo has been created.
Can it be made heavier, lighter, higher or lower?
Lighter, maybe, if necessary. Taller and shorter models can be customized.
Can it be franchised?
Good question.
Is there a good maintenance program to back it up?
It will need one.
Can financing be simplified?
In some ways yes but getting access to a loan wether its a business loan, technology loan, or robotics loan is something I'm not to familiar with.
List ways to increase production:
Larger facilities with more personnel.
List ways to increase sales:
List ways to reduce costs:
No comment.
List ways to increase efficiency:
No comment.
- List ways to improve quality and increase profits!
What can be done with it to satisfy more people?
No comment.

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