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    IDM 01: Think Tank
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    This tank uses monkey brainpower. I don't have a good explanation why except to say that I think in the future there will be a lot of things discovered which we never could have predicted, so as it may seem illogical now, it may be perfectly reasonable someday for reasons I couldn't begin to comprehend. Also, I think a monkey brain makes for a more interesting concept. I figured that a brain would be better off if it remained inside the skull because it's probably always going to be easier to just implant things into it than to remove it from the nervous system. I had reservations about having the primate exposed in a transparent cylinder instead of inside the tank, be again I thought it was more interesting and I figured that in the future they'll have developed a transparent material which is as strong as any tank armor today.

    IDM 01: Think Tank


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    IDM 02: Solar System Alignment Defence
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    The concept barely comes across, I may finish it up later if I get a chance... An interstellar gaggle of manufacturing stations drift in seemingly random orbits about our solar-system. Fixed with large 'magnifying-lens' cells, they're able to focus multiple beams onto an asteroid 'painting' their targets to mathematical precision.

    Small darts, no larger than your head, are shot out to intercept and plant themselves upon their target. The station's magnifying-cells focus a concentrated beam of the sun's energy onto the darts. Inside the darts is a microcosm of algae and shrimp that grow at an outstanding rate producing excess gasses, causing the darts to 'balloon' up at aquard pressures. The gasses come at a constant rate and are filtered towards tiny combustible chambers. The 'darts' then use their new means of combustion to steer their target slowly off orbit around the solar-system.

    IDM 02: Solar System Alignment Defense


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    IDM 03: S.E.E. Device
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    Natural Eye by S.E.E.

    The idea behind this is simple: people with devices meant to overcome problems usually want to look like everyone else, not a cyborg. Beyond that, a device can and should aim to be compact without large battery packs or interfaces stored elsewhere on the body. Natural Eye attaches to your existing muscle structure allowing free movement, and the innovative junction connector allows for seamless unity between the optic nerve and the True Sight processor. Lenses w/ motors controlled by natural muscle impulses means focusing is as intuitive as ever. The cornea can be removed easily on an outpatient basis allowing for easy maintenance/recharge visits every ten years or so. Restore Your sight Without Setting Yourself Apart!

    IDM 03: S.E.E. Device


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    IDW 01: DarkSharks: Melee Space Mech/ Melee Combat Alien Mech
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    Retracting blades and ensealed cockpits, it's a massive beast, whee.

    IDW 01: Darksharks: Melee Space Mechs/Melee Combat Alien Mech


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    IDW 2-6 Did not have a poll, check out the original threads

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    IDW002 - Civilian model based on military vehicle

    IDW003 - Steampunk Anti-Airship Pirate Harpoon

    IDW004 - Single person escape pod(aka noahs)

    IDW005 - Rome's new Senate-House

    IDW006 - Alien Habitation Suit


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    Conceptart Cohesion 01: Mother Machine
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    Conceptart Cohesion #01 - 8th Day: Mother Machine


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    Conceptart Cohesion 01: Genetic Soldier transport
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    Conceptart Cohesion #01 - 8th Day: Genetic Soldier Transport


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    IDW 07: Airborne Tank, 20-person crew
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    IDW 07: Airborne Tank, 20 Person Crew


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    IDW 08: Future Body-Pods
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    IDW 08: Future Body-Pods


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    IDW 09: Cosmetic Face Changer
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    Originally developed for the big screen, initially to provide a simpler method of 'aging' an actor, the technology quickly started to allow prominent stars to take on parts that they wouldn't normally be suited for, at least visually. As the technology progressed it became cost effective to produce a model for the consumer market, maintaining its link to acting with the comedy/tragedy 'smile'. Unfortunately Internet users have been bombarded by their overly blunt advertising. Celebrity sightings have increased exponentially since its introduction.

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    IDW 09: Cosmetic Face Changer


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    IDW 10: Deep Sea Colonization Vehicle
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    IDW 10: Deep Sea Colonisation Vessel


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    IDW 11: Water War Fountain
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    IDW 11: Water War Fountain


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    IDW 12: Peacetime Transport
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    IDW 12: Peacetime Transport


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    IDW 13: Enlightenment 1.0
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    IDW 13: Enlightenment 1.0


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    IDW 14: Defuse
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    The Defuse MX4200 is an all in one detection and containment bomb unit. It features a highly maneuverable hover drive system allowing it to operate in virtually any environment. If a bomb threat is detected, the MX4200 features a high pressure cannon that disperses an explosion absorbing and immobilizing foam agent upon any target.

    IDW 14: Defuse
    Winner: Sogbad

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    IDW 14: Defuse


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    IDW 15: Personal Security Unit
    Winner: Tec

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    The character is surrounded by a bunch of floating drones which will expand themselves to produce a hexagonal force field in a case of acute danger. After the attacker is located the expanded drones align next to each other to provide maximal protection. Their field is capable of stopping incoming bullets as well as electrocuting targets which try to engage the character in close combat.

    IDW 15: Personal Security Unit


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    IDW 16: Inter-Galactic Transport ship
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    Tramp Transport for Total Travel Towards Twilight

    While the rich, famous and good travel between the stars, their every whim catered for aboard fabulously sleek and beautiful starships, most have to do with passage aboard self contained units strapped to a Tramp Interstellar Locomotive. The Locomotive's are operated independently of the units which it pushes across the Universe. Once a route and schedule has been published by the Locomotive company independent agents book a unit of a certain mass to be attached to the Locomotive. These Units can range from large relatively luxurious accommodation, similar in facilities and comfort of a luxury hotel down to basic air tight steel containers with barely enough facilities to keep the occupants alive for the entire trip, indeed many unscrupulous agents simply pack as many passengers as will fit into tiny units not caring about the survivability.

    Due to the huge profit's made and the dubious liability issues most locomotives are registered and operated under flags of convenience, the Hermes although owned by a large Asian corporation is registered out of La Plaze, Bolivia.

    IDW 16: Inter-Galactic Transport Ship


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    IDW 17: Legionary Armour
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    Most commonly found in the burial chambers accompanying high-ranking Legionnaires, these ornate sets of interwoven plates are woven and crafted with such fine skill that they are as visually stunning as they are formidable. These sets are similar to the Lorica Segmentata armor preceding this generation of legionnaires, save for a more striking visual appearance with more geometric and ornamented plates and a much more tightly knit and woven cuirass--finally with the addition of full arm protection. These suits found fewer blows reaching vitals and, more importantly, it noticeably enhanced the morale on the battlefield.

    Due to the huge profit's made and the dubious liability issues most locomotives are registered and operated under flags of convenience, the Hermes although owned by a large Asian corporation is registered out of La Plaze, Bolivia.

    IDW 17: Legionary Armour


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    IDW 18: Steampunk Submersible
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    IDW 18: Steampunk Submersible


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    IDW 19: Post-Apocalyptic Standard Weaponry
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    The South rises, no one knows where they got their new weapons from, the light but strong clubs easily pierced our armour and smashed our stone and wood weapons. Rumors abound, some say that they were given to them by their Gods, or they found them at a place where the Gods once lived, who knows, all we know is there is no stopping the southern hordes…

    The War Clubs became the standard weapon for the southern army when they came across the desolate remains of a city from before the apocalypse, one of the less devastated areas used to be a home to many car dealerships, within these they found the tools to shape the wheels into War Clubs. The wheels are hacked and battered into clubs, leather is bound on to the handles, recovered CD's glitter in the sunlight banishing evil spirits, and a running total of kills is engraved onto the War Club.


    IDW 19: Post-Apocalyptic Standard Weaponry


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    IDW 20: AT-APC Hovercraft
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    IDW 20: AT-APC Hovercraft
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    The Griffon 'Millipede' APC transport is a next generation hovercraft designed to navigate a variety of challenging terrain. Each jointed segment is supported by a lift turbine that can be tilted to allow for forward and lateral movement. This allows for flexible navigation capabilities, as well as eliminating the need external drive blades or jet engines, which would be obvious targets for enemy fire. The millipede has two identical 'head' segments - fore and aft - that allow for immediate change of direction. On each are two defensive/offensive hard point weapon pods which have near 180 degree movement. Because the millipede is designed with components in mind, it can be customized to suit each mission. A typical configuration will be composed of fore and aft drive segments, a communications segment (picture here behind the forward drive component), and anywhere from 1-6 troop segments, which can carry up to 12 soldiers each. Each troop segment has two quick-drop assault ramps for rapid deployment of personnel. in development is a medical segment, which will bring state-of-the-art medical facilities to the frontlines.

    IDW 20: AT-APC Hovercraft


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    IDW 21: Luxury Dirigible
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    Stella

    Conceptually elegant design with backup engines and classy sailing vessel body lines, Stella is truely a blast from the past.
    While not being the biggest of its family, Stella is famous for luxury and comfort that surrounded few lucky passengers.

    IDW 21: Luxury Dirigible


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    IDW 22: Assassination Droid
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    X3-PL "Lurker"

    The X3-PL "Lurker" is a mecha that can take on a variety of roles. Designed primarily for stealth assassinations of human targets, this is a vicious killing machine. It has also proved to be excellent at infiltration/surveillance work and has also found use as a trap; waiting underground until troops pass which it will quickly rip through.

    IDW 22: Assassination Droid


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    IDW023 - Superhero/villain Vehicle ORTHO


    IDW 23: Superhero/villain Vehicle ORTHO
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    B.P.R.D Flier

    Believed to be developed from a highly modified Horton Ho 231 this prototype airframe was recovered from a research facility in the South German forests by Allied Special Forces in 1945.

    Initial classification of the craft proved difficult and Air Force handed the vessel over to the B.P.R.D special organisation for study. Investigation into the vessel showed that the airframe served mainly as a support function to supplement unknown powers of levitation created by the stone at the centre of the vessel. It is believed that this stone was recovered by Axis Desert troopers in Western Egypt from an undisclosed location in the Hyrx dune-sea.

    After careful trials understanding of the vessel grew and it was pronounce to be benign. In the spring of 1951 the vessel was transferred to the B.P.R.D operations section to serve as an agent transport. Used by B.P.R.D teams on special assignment to support famous agents such as Hellboy and Liz Sherman the vessel served well. With vertical take-off and landing capabilities and a top speed greater than that of most conventional aircraft this craft is a transport without compare, able to swiftly carry a full team of agents to any location in the world.

    Still in use today the vessel continues to serve well although budget constraints limit its supply of fuel. Through its service strange traits appeared in its operation, such as the fact it flies quicker North-South than East-West, the causes of which have never been satisfactorily explained.

    IDW 23: Superhero/villain Vehicle ORTHO


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    IDW 24: Military Surveillance & Imaging
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    Man portable Micro Air Vehicle

    It's a man portable Micro Air Vehicle, it fits in a small tube attached to a soldiers webbing, approximately 10" tall. The soldier, unpacks the EYE, unfolds the flight surfaces/rotors, press's On to check the system's working, then press's Fly to start the rotors and then throws the EYE into the sky. It can be controlled by central command or by the soldier using a small controller.

    IDW 24: Military Surveillance & Imaging


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    IDW 25: Advanced Mobility for Spinal Injuries
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    IDW 25: Advanced Mobility for Spinal Injuries


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    IDW 26: Rebel Suppression
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    RSB - Rebel Suppression Buoys

    The Pax Galactica has survived a century of famine, disease, and innumerable invasions. Our iron fist and uncompromising tactics have brought us nothing short of fruition... until now. Public support is wavering following months of rebel insurgency. Apparently, our aggressive tendencies, when enacted upon members of our public, are less than tolerated. As a result, the Imperial Applied Sciences division has developed a new instrument to aid in our controlling of the rebel forces. The USMC-RSB, called the "Rebel Suppression Buoy," utilizes state-of-the-art, less-than-lethal technology to immobilize our enemy without any threat of casualty. Deployable by both ground and air forces, the RSB is delivered, as a compact canister comprised of hyper-dense, depleted uranium alloy. When remotely activated, the cap extends upward, exposing its resonating core. The core emits continual low frequency waves that, upon contacting an organic life form, instill extreme discomfort and illness, rendering the target neutralized. With an effective radius of one kilometer, several of these devices may be deployed throughout the capital to establish a rebel free safety grid. Full-scale implementation is scheduled to take place by the end of first quarter 2281.

    IDW 26: Rebel Suppression


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    IDW 27: Biological/Chemical Defense for Law Enforcement
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    IDW 27: Biological/Chemical Defense for Law Enforcement


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    IDW 28: XMAS - Two topics, two weeks
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