Cyberwanking would have been my first thought. But then again, they would have asked what "Cyber" was... so it gets lost in translation.
Probably had medical inclinations back in the day - or some sort of way of demonstrating how you can model the human body for medical science or something?
Or they could have thought someday it could be used in computer gaming?
They probably did it just to do it. People who are into technological stuff are like that. Like the techies as Bell Labs who came up with this thing that was sort of like a brick on wheels that, when rolled around, could move the cursor around a computer screen. They hadn't really thought of it as anything but a little experiment until this guy named Jobs scored a chance to audit the lab, saw it in action and exclaimed, "why aren't you doing something with this?" Then he bought it.
Well...okay, as long as you have no proof whatsoever. That's the kind of reasoning I like. After all, if those guys in Weird Science had had proof that you can't cook yourself an English model with a home computer and a Barbie doll, then where would they be?
The logos look beautiful. Though the green leaf sticks out I think its a good addition to the logo because it now reminds me of a peach. And it sort of makes it a tad bit interesting instead of seeing...