Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by KBU2, Nov 8, 2018.
What would be your perfect combination of building a Star Trek Android being?
Not perfect. Hair would be nice.
I know she's not real but I'll take two of her
Not pasty skinned enough. They look like cyborgs.
Skin is the hardest part. I think it has to do with pores.
As technology progresses man must progress also in taming his perverse nature. I'm glad that there's no laws against blowing Android fuses because I would probably short circuit her every night or I'll die from electrocution
Integrated with Watson, NORAD, United States Naval intelligence technology, MIT Artificial Intelligence and benchmarked in the science of AI for determining whether a machine exhibits behavior indistinguishable from that of a human. But it would sort of look like this in the finished product. Called the J217
Also with careful design she will also be fitted with eye retina, voice and face recognition with a x1000 microvision magnification for identifying very far away to macroscopic objects from distance of .000001cm up to 30k meters with an optional panoramic view setting.
Your Plastic Pal who's fun to be with
Only mine will be able to balance my checkbook and probably the national deficit if instructed.
Android is about themes.
Ok you go with the skin theme I'm going to stick with the functionality and mobility infrastructure scenario.
Your Infrastructure will enter Star Trek with LCARS. I'm not sure if Gene Rodenberry's wife will still talk to you in an Android theme.
She will when I design one for her that suits and fulfil her every need.
The J218 would be strictly design with military modifications which I cannot disclose of what it would be fitted with.
Sounds like Blade Runner "Kris".
Anyone of those skinjobs would have killed me.
Let me tell you about my Mother...
I never watch Blade Runner before, should I go take a peek so I can keep up with you?
Watch the original with the voiceover by Harrison Ford if you can find it.
Best version IMHO.
This would be for Mrs. Rodenberry