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  • steve pete

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  • tjozero

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  • JellevdVegt

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  • PJTamayo

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    IDW # 151 : Remote Control Ornithopter - VOTING!

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    IDW # 151 Topic: Remote Control Ornithopter
    Deadline for voting: Wednesday, January 12

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    Ultra light in weight, the GypsieMoth is a highly agile monitoring device. It's sinker shaped shell allows for multi-directional aerodynamics. The GM makes use of the recent advancements in fibre optics and sensory technology. Detecting the direction of the nearest person and that person's perspective of vision, it displays on it's outer casing the environment behind it as it would have been seen by the viewer otherwise. This 'cloak-mode' in combination with the standard surveillance evasion technology allows it to go relatively undetected by most surveillance methods. Data storage or OGT (on-going transmission) options are both available.
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    [CENTER] [B]A bug in a bugs jacket[/B][/CENTER]

    all the nuts and bolts are hidden underneath a exoskeleton carbon fibre ladybug jacket.

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    This device can be used to spy on the enemy and gain secret information. It is designed to resemble the appearance of a musquito kind of creature.

    tjozero: that guy is hitting my nice design, wtf! hahaha maybe ill arm it with explosives just for these kinds of situations

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    "Ask espionage agents what they think of the new '56 Incognito and you'll hear about its ease of handling, its sensitive optics and microphone. The most compact ornithopter of its kind, this design emphasizes a combination of stealth and speed with extreme accuracy.


    For casual monitoring or on-going operations, the new Incognito has instruments to fit all surveillance needs. Plus: Storage space; Long battery life; 2-mile range; Available in Powder Blue or Signal Red."

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    3 inches of sensor packing fury disguised as a hummingbird...fun!

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    Extremely late entry heh, The latest in modern rc-espionage; aside from the obvious camera equipment the 'IBUGU' 5 is also equipped with a frequency emitter to equate the buzzing sound of the wings and as a defense mechanism can discharge a small electric shock to insinuate a sting among the other optional self destruct feature of a 80gigaton nuclear blast altho that is restricted to a radius of 5cm. The scale from wing to wing of the 'IBUGU' 5 is 2.8cm.

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    pjtamayo - i chose yours because the design is unusual yet functional. it looks futuristic and well thought out. your presentation is excellent and i think your red green colour scheme with the metal trims works well. the texturing is nice and adds a robo tech effect to it. your design also has a strange face which gives it some interesting personality imo. well done.

    jellevdvegt - i was so close to voting for you. your design is a classic and is rendered superbly. if im going to be picky i would have gone for a more vibrant colour scheme, as your scheme seems a bit plain, but thats no biggy and the design more than makes up for it. well done.

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