Are synactors better at simulating other inanimate creations than humans?

Synactors are capable of movements and freedom of action that human actors are incapable of. It is true, however, that in the current start of the art, human actors are more inventive and creative than synthetic actors; they can improvise to better effect. There can be more art in their performance than in a synactor's performance but there are, of course, examples of bad human acting, also. By definition, of course, human actors are incapable of superhuman acts. We have a lot to learn from our human counterparts, certainly in what is required to simulate a human actor.

There are examples of humans playing inanimate objects and bringing them to life in performances. Synactors, though, have a greater ability to metamorphose into assumed forms and to play that form more convincingly. The movie, Cars, for example.