This is a cute contortion show for the New Year party 2011 "The Year of the Rabbit", performed in the University for Super Secret Researches by experimental android Andy to demonstrate the plasticity of the new series of models X3
Andy is a masterpiece of engineering, he's the first android to actually have "skin", all the previous models were just painted dolls with some feeble attempts to cover the ball joints, so they were nothing but automated BJDs...until now!
Also, unlike the previous models, Andy has a carcass replicating the human skeleton, the bones being made of steel. It's the year of the Metal Rabbit, so why not a bunny boy whose bones are made of metal XD
His skeleton isn't passive like that of a human, it's active and can move on its own, so he doesn't need muscles to move, but instead of musculature there's a special layer of moderately soft material between the skin and bones, which has no function other than filling the empty space and making the body look soft. His belly in particular is stuffed with this soft material, allowing him to stretch like in the picture without tearing the skin.
So yeah, his body is softer to touch than that of a human and he couldn't really flex the muscles, so introducing the muscles is the next stage in androidology, but we'll probably succeed by the year of 2029 because T-800 was pretty muscular as we all know :3
Androids traditionally dress in intentionally crazy costumes like leotards and futuristic bodysuits to easily distinguish them from humans XD So if you met an effeminate queer in a sexy leotard with high-cut legs and no bulge where it should be, know that it's a 100% android!!! :3 (or just some androgynous humanoid)
Androids also have antennas that contain their current program, so if you wanted to re-program them, all you'd need to do is insert a different pair of antennas, so it's like USB slots just for androids.
The android's AI is based on the human brain, so it's split between two completely separate cores, resembling the left and right halves of the human brain:
L. The left antenna is strictly for the left core. It contains software for digital data processing, math analysis and precise calculations.
R. The right antenna is strictly for the right core. It's used for adaptive perceiving of visual and aural images, spontaneous reactions and non-analytical decision-making based on analog neuron networks. It works using chemical nanoreactions, rather than bipolar electric states like the other core, and thus "lives" according to completely different laws than its digital twin. In practice, the right core may be capable of imitating human imagination.
Both cores together control the behavior of an individual android, conflicts between the cores often lead to various creative solutions ;3 Like, the right core might spontaneously really want to do a somersault and land on all four in a crazy pose, then the left core would calculate how to not fall apart while doing it and how to keep it balanced XD
The left and right antennas don't have to come from the same box, thus the antennas from different programs and/or manufacturers can be combined in funny ways, but it's not recommended as it can potentially cause conflicts in the softw###....