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    173 KB Servo Skull Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:01 No.11050665  
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:03 No.11050688
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    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:06 No.11050714
    Good to see some enthusiasm.

    Can anyone see a better way of making this happen or some improvements?
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:07 No.11050719
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:07 No.11050721
    Attach a laser pointer to the side of the skull.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:08 No.11050733
    Oh god yes!
    So useless but so awesome.
    I´m going to see if I can get one that runs off usb so it can be properly connected otherwise a nice bright red LED would be nice.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:09 No.11050737
    To the underside of the roof of the mouth, attach a small lable printer, have it repeatedly print out 1's and 0's whenever it activates.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:09 No.11050744
    Oh! Wireless too.
    I should add a wireless card.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:10 No.11050746
    Oh god, if it wasn't a crime to dig up corpses I would so be doing this.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:10 No.11050758
    You can buy plaster moulds you know. FOR SCIENCE!
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:11 No.11050759
    That´s awesome.
    That can be its only for of output.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:12 No.11050775
    Nigger-rigging a transistor in place of the button shouldn't be too hard - I bet there are tutorials about how to do this.
    The main problem I see with this would be using the shared power source. Nigger-rigged laser pointer would still need batteries.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:12 No.11050778
    Plaster molds? What is this faggotry of which you speak?
    It's a matter of choice, son. Do you, or do you not, want your own functional servo skull?
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:13 No.11050782
    If anyone is good with robotics or mechano sets, you can create mechanical spider legs and control it via a remote.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:13 No.11050786
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    ok brb
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:15 No.11050808
    What I really love about this is that it´s pretty much an eeepc in a skull.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:16 No.11050818
    Sooner or later, apple will make the new I-Skull

    You'll see. YOU'LL ALL SEE!!
    >> gallowsCalibrator !!570COIrnenZ 07/10/10(Sat)10:17 No.11050825
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    It might be easier (And slightly less illegal) to nab a skull off of a college professor with a skeleton on display.

    They still do that, right?
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:17 No.11050828
    It certainly is a grim-dark future.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:18 No.11050836
    it's plaster...
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:18 No.11050844
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    Now I started to think that ancient graverobbing thread in /b/ which turned into SKULL FUCK /r/...

    ...and OP delivered.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:21 No.11050870

    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:21 No.11050878
    Fuck that, just use the rotor blades and put them on the top of the skull

    Steamhammer is a go.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:22 No.11050880
    Want, but too lazy to dig for corpse.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:23 No.11050892
    Then make one. You have a perfectly good family that is just collecting dust.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:23 No.11050895
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    Does anyone think that this would support the weight:

    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:23 No.11050898
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:25 No.11050912
    In a different state, no thanks. Rather dig up a corpse.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:28 No.11050929
    Elegen/tg/entlemen, I love you all for this.

    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:29 No.11050936
    should totally be a joint project with /x/, you know, when they arent /b/
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:29 No.11050937
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    Attach a mini speaker and an MP3 player to it.

    Play the voice tracks from DoW's Servitor.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:30 No.11050953
    /g/ might be the better option.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:32 No.11050970
    Not in my med school...
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:34 No.11050989
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    Steal one.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:35 No.11050998
    Attach it to one of these
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:36 No.11051012
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    It´s now a race against time to be the first one on /tg/ to have his first Servo Skull.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:37 No.11051024
    Now I have to change my last will and testament again
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:39 No.11051041

    I'd love to see the look on the network admin's face when they see someone's skull connecting to their network...

    Actually, if we're giving the skull internet access, would it be worth piping its output to a website?
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:39 No.11051045

    Think we can place bets on it?
    >> The Good Inquisitor 07/10/10(Sat)10:39 No.11051047
    Could just stick it on a robotic limb attatched somewhere to your person. Be just as intimidating, you'll want to keep it close anyway.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:41 No.11051057
    Next Project:

    Functional Servo-Arm.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:41 No.11051061
    I'm wondering, what's the weight of a remote controlled helicopter ?

    I mean, if we could fit a certain number of fans inside it, it could suspend in the air... Well, of course it should be wire poswered, but I'm not sur it's really a problem.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:42 No.11051064

    Just jury-rig a prosthetic limb so that it works without needing to amputate a limb 1st.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:42 No.11051072
    How so?
    Like: First fa/tg/uy to resort to grave robing becomes king of /tg/ and wins a first class trip to an asylum?
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:43 No.11051076
    Rotor blades would need to be pretty big, plus hard to control.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:43 No.11051079

    ....Wanna bet on how long it'll take to happen?
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:43 No.11051080
    It's only graverobbing if you get caught....
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:44 No.11051090
    And some static noise.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:45 No.11051104
    I´d need to wait until next pay day to buy a bigger shovel so... I´ll say Wednesday.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:46 No.11051108
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    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:46 No.11051115
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    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:47 No.11051126
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    Take it easy!
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:49 No.11051136
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    Lindberg makes a 1/1 model skull for about $20 for those who don't like digging...
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:49 No.11051138
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    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:54 No.11051182
    I wonder if there is anyway to legally do this with a real skull...

    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:54 No.11051184
    read that as tit servo and wondered how that would work.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:57 No.11051203
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    really ?
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:58 No.11051212
    I only imagine so what with the weight of all the additions that would be crammed inside
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:59 No.11051219
    hmmm, too front heavy. you'd have to angle the main exhaust towards the teeth more.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)10:59 No.11051223
    of course, the quantity of air blown should be ridiculously high, so it might be much more of a floating skull than anything else :(
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:01 No.11051242

    I now want to own a real human skull. Dammit, /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:02 No.11051247
    Apparently a normal human skull goes for just under $1000. -_-´
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:04 No.11051271
    Hmm, how about a primate skull? Could say it's a mutant one...
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:04 No.11051274
    just take a cheap flight to iraq/africa

    plenty lying around
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:05 No.11051283
    I found example prices.

    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:26 No.11051496
    >> Lasers !uEitX/jeFc 07/10/10(Sat)11:36 No.11051615
    I am starting work on this now. Stage 1: find a lightweight replica skull.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:37 No.11051618
    You don't do servoskulls out of filthy mutants, only of the lowly and loyal deceased Imperial servants.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:42 No.11051681

    pfft. Thats easy mode
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:42 No.11051684
    maybe we could add some lightweight gas inside to make it a little more light?
    Like those toy blimp they sell around
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)11:48 No.11051741


    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)12:09 No.11051940
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)12:12 No.11051958
    And the buoyant mass for one liter of helium in air is:

    * 0.1786 g * (1 - (1.292 / 0.1786) ) = -1.113 g

    Meaning that one litter of helium will lift little more than one gram of matter...
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)14:45 No.11053627
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)14:49 No.11053669
    You have to use the power of your sheer awesome, where 1 AwWatt = -1g, therfore, you have to be awesome in order to focus enough AwesomeWatts to make it fly.

    That's it.

    >> Nice Cup 'O' Coffee 07/10/10(Sat)14:51 No.11053694
    This reminds me why I love /TG/
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)14:54 No.11053719
    Fuck hover technology. Gut an RC helicopter and stick the propeller up through a hole in the top of the skull.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)15:03 No.11053807
    I want to keep this thread bumped so I can see the inevitable result of someones effort. Dont let me down /tg/
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)16:40 No.11055231
    I've got everything listed except the skull. Woe is me :/
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)16:42 No.11055254
    >Sheer force of human will as power source.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)17:19 No.11055747
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    This is an excellent tutorial, will it also work on child skulls?

    I'm having difficulty with the drilling out eye socket part. Will my penis work okay as a drill?
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)17:36 No.11055994
    And how about those of us who are not engineering geniuses...

    What would be the connections one would need for this servo skull? And how do I build a transportable power source so it hovers right behind me at all times?

    I assume I would need a usb connection on this power source and that way it would work like a leash and hover behind my right shoulder.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)17:40 No.11056046
    probably the only thing that really grinds my shit in 40k
    do they really have to use skulls? can't they make drones out of metal, you know, like tau have them?
    why would you use body parts of a deceased person?
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)17:41 No.11056061
    Duh, to honor their sacrifice to the god-emperor.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)17:42 No.11056079
    sounds like retarded way to show their sacrifice.
    real honour would be to lay their bones to rest,for they have done enough.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)17:44 No.11056110
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    the imperium is a death cult

    they love corpses so much, they let one of them rule for 10000 years
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)17:44 No.11056115
    HERESY! you have never done enough for the emperor. even in death you shall serve!
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)17:47 No.11056150
    ..Read about saints in the middle ages and what happened to their bones..shit goes on display carnival style. Hooray history.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)17:51 No.11056207

    The Grey Knights all get buried on Titan (whose bodies get recvoered). Why? So that when the Emperor decides it's time for the showdown with Chaos, he just has to go to Titan and he'll have all of his most loyal sons in one place.
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)17:51 No.11056213
    Does anyone have any more info on making this project work?

    Does anyone have the statistics on the weight that an RC helicopter can lift?
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)17:57 No.11056296
    Unless anyone cares how it is lifted and does not want rotor blades, I have a link that claims a flat bottom rotor blades from an RC helicopter can lift 15 lbs.

    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)18:15 No.11056513
    Anyone Dug up a Skull yet?
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)18:25 No.11056646
    Step Ten makes this a little impractical at present, but it would be an awesome 40k webcam. You can probably even buy skull casts with removable tops, but just sawing and repairing would look okay.

    Spiral Energy. Unbelievably awesome.
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)18:27 No.11056673
    Why is that?
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)18:31 No.11056751
    Does anyone have a financial plan for this project?
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)18:36 No.11056828
    Aside from the skull which is free do you think $500 is enough?
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)18:44 No.11056960
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)18:52 No.11057103
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)18:55 No.11057153
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    Picture for you guys to enjoy.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)18:57 No.11057195
    You realise that all of /tg/ are now about to commit graverobbery?

    Also, I lol'd at step twelve.
    >> Action Hank 07/10/10(Sat)19:18 No.11057551
    Its only grave robbery if you get caught.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)19:36 No.11057869
    I support this.

    Now for the hover idea.. Uhm. How hard would it be to replicate an F-35 VTOL tech on a smaller and simpler scale? It's be loud, but you could potentially get a hovering servo skull.

    RC heli blades seem nice, and effective, and cheap, but it's more fun if you actually get it to VTOL without one.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)19:37 No.11057889
    I think that would be very, very hard.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)19:37 No.11057897
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)19:49 No.11058068

    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)21:12 No.11059286
    With a stolen skull $500 would provide plenty of nice upgrades.
    e.g. Webcam, Beagle Board, Powersource, wirless card, soildstate drive... hell you could probably get everything for under that.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)21:32 No.11059578
    I could steal a skull, or wait for one of you fags to steal a skull, and servo it up, and steal that.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)21:37 No.11059637
    Fuck your servo skulls, I'm building a real cherub-servitor.
    >> Anonymous 07/10/10(Sat)22:00 No.11060014
    Fuck your cherub, im buildan a servoyourmum
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)02:07 No.11063557
    Bump for awesome.

    Also, does anyone have any more ideas for getting this thing to hover?
    >> Captain Rhodes 07/11/10(Sun)02:11 No.11063611
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    You can use animal skulls, or especially loyal mutant skulls. It's about faith.

    Faith and lasers.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 07/11/10(Sun)02:12 No.11063624
    This reminded me of Penis in Skull thread.
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)03:16 No.11064510
    I suppose one could use animal skulls but those tend to be more dense then a human skull and weigh more. This would cause issues for the hovering. You would need a larger motor for it.

    BUT I see why an animal skull is appealing, it has more area that can be filled with useful peripherals.

    And also the human skull has the coolness factor that the animal skull does not. Plus it is more canonically correct.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:20 No.11064550
    Peripherals yes, but computing power no. You need the large human cranial space to house your processors and such, as animals don't have enough empty space/boney bits ratio to be efficient in that regard.
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)03:21 No.11064560
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    How about this for a servo skull?

    One would just need to be good at plaster molding and sculpting.
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)03:23 No.11064577
    What do you suggest for processing power? Is the Beagle board the best option?
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:26 No.11064614
    Solution: use something lighter then, like hydrogen. Just be careful or it could explode.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:28 No.11064638
    Try kitting in a propeller from a small model helicopter. I'm not sure how much a skull weighs, but it should be possible.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:29 No.11064661
    I'd be so willing to have my skull become a Servo Skull when I die.

    In fact, I'm putting it in my will.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:31 No.11064689

    Shit, I'm doing it too

    In fact, I have a list of retarded shenanigans I'm going to put in my will somewhere

    Let me fetch it
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:33 No.11064723
    this looked like goatse from the thumb
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:39 No.11064815

    You would have to position it correctly though. If it isn't above the center of mass, your skull will just veer off course and into the nearest surface.

    And the Aerodynamics of that would be a pain... I'm not sure it could do much more than hover.

    Would be better to make a Blimp-like thing to lift it, that doesn't add all of these problems.
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)03:40 No.11064818
    I have looked. You would need a RC helicopter motor and propellers that can lift about 10 -15 lbs. You will be cramming a lot of stuff in that skull. It will weigh a fair amount. This is including the motor weight and the power source (Assuming you go with the solar panel usb power)
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)03:41 No.11064838
    The problem with a lifter blimp is that it will have a blimp suspended above it. If there was a way to keep the hydrogen pocket inside the skull itself and have it hover of its own volition that would be awesome. Keeping it suspended from a balloon would look less menacing.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:46 No.11064899
    Bracing for awesome.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:47 No.11064913
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    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)03:53 No.11064986
    Meant Blimp-like as in using Lighter-than-air gasses to keep it up. Might using a plastic skull (To save on weight, I know it's heresy already) to which, after you add in the other bits, you insert a few helium/hydrogen bladders into the open spaces and a larger (But still semi-hideable) one beneath it? You might have to mount the board and such lower down so that the top is more buoyant than the bottom, but it might work.
    >> Konoko Hasegawa, Robophile Extraordinaire 07/11/10(Sun)04:04 No.11065138
    Shit, it does.

    >> Post-New Age !4zDAAqk0r6 07/11/10(Sun)04:27 No.11065434
    Acoustic levitation, canceling frequencies, 4 "boosters" for steering
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)04:28 No.11065447
    I was gonna to say how putting lots of circuitry and flamable gas together is a bad idea, but the skull exploding would be pretty bitchin' now that I think about it
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)04:31 No.11065479

    For when normal grenades aren't grimdark enough.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)04:40 No.11065579
    Real men go out and make their own cherubim,

    Brb, going to africa to get a few dead babies to stuff full of electronics.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)05:02 No.11065835
    you could just support it with a bunch of flexible hoses and tubing. not to mention you could put USB sticks in the ends, and god knows what other gadgets.

    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)05:07 No.11065904
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)05:08 No.11065912
    Gives a new meaning to skull-fucking, amirite?
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)05:23 No.11066105
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    so where is the servo skull. i'm fucking waiting here.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)07:34 No.11067392
    We need counter rotating propeller to make it float,but i think the biggest problem would be the battery.
    About the maneuverability, we can use a design like the F-22 (i think) with some sort of "flaps" at the engine exhaust to partially deflect the thrust and make it move.
    But here arise another problem...we need some sort of gyroscopy.
    I would love a pet Servo_Skull :D
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)12:42 No.11070459
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    I have solved the power issue. IF you have a USB hub connected to the Microphone and Camera then you will still have extra spots for this Bad Boy.


    It is a solar power panel that connects via USB to the Beagle Board which can transmit power to the rest of the gadgets.

    However one would have to let it charge and find a rechargeable battery to store the energy between uses.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)17:13 No.11074534
    >I'm Murrey , the demonic skull! Come here so I can bite you!
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)19:03 No.11076353
    I just found out that I have 2 friends who are engineers. One mechanic and one electric. They will be of infinite assistance in this project.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)19:19 No.11076635
    servos skulls are the most stupid and needlessly GRIMDARK thing in 40k
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)19:20 No.11076642
    Spain won the Soccer game. This means the skulls of the Netherlands team will be cheaper to purchase.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)19:22 No.11076669
    that would be the cherubum, the same thing as servo skulls but dead babies.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 07/11/10(Sun)19:23 No.11076680

    Dead babies or cloned babies.
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)19:25 No.11076705
    Dead of course. Cloning is Heresy.
    >> Captain Rhodes 07/11/10(Sun)19:28 No.11076744
    >cloning is heresy
    >Krieg exists.

    Only sometimes, citizen!
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)19:28 No.11076745
    greeks can get skulls easily
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)19:29 No.11076754
    I want an alternative step 12, I don't have the patience.
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)19:32 No.11076803
    Well if you are able to acquire a non gasoline powered RC helicopter motor and blades that can lift about 10 lbs. then you dont have to wait. Use it on the lower area of the skull and one smaller motor and blades on the rear you will perhaps be able to remote control it so it moves under controlled propulsion.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)19:39 No.11076912

    But then again I have a low opinion of 40k to begin with
    >> Negi !5jqGhKqTxo 07/11/10(Sun)19:46 No.11077030
    Invent antigravity.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)19:59 No.11077288
    Because making drones out of metal would cost money and resources. Meanwhile, skulls are free and plentiful!
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    >Servo Skull
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)20:15 No.11077526
    If you are going to put such weak and short arms on a servitor then you may as well just Not.
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)20:51 No.11078101
    What would be cooler? The Servo Skull printing out what you say as you say it? Or printing just 0's and 1's?

    Or do you think the skull itself should talk?
    >> JUDGMENT !7JUDGMeNtA 07/11/10(Sun)21:04 No.11078327
    have it print what you say as you say it in binary, best of both
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)21:15 No.11078482

    Mostly done - but never really implemented. The people who make prosthetics rarely need them - so they just strap them to their shoulder to test on themselves.

    The next step would be to get a solid harness and sort out a good place for the control rig - what signals it reads to move, like your toes or ears or even just a patch of skin. Obviously the brain has no "Third Arm Control Center" - but extensive practice, training and use will go a long way to it.

    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)21:25 No.11078632
    A functioning servo arm would be amazing but the majority of them contain such high powered hydrolics that it would be nearly impossible to purchase them for the common person. Right?
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)21:28 No.11078674

    Well, any servoarm would be a custom job - if you mean big bulky, car factory arms. The other problem there is lifting it - I can think of a few ways, but the bigger you want it to be the more like a primitive suit of powerlifter armour it becomes.
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)21:48 No.11078925
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    You raise a valid point. The fact that you would not be able to lift this servo arm unassisted is a troubling prospect. I dont think many people would be interested in a servo arm if you turn out like Ripley.

    We aren't fighting alien queens here, we are just trying to get a date. Though it seems that most women are not interested in robotized limbs... unless they have a "love" attachment. *Wink*
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)22:25 No.11079472
    Webcam+Laser+Nerf Gun

    It must be made!
    >> Action Hank 07/11/10(Sun)23:27 No.11080417
    Webcam + Lazer + Real Gun

    That must be done.
    >> Anonymous 07/11/10(Sun)23:35 No.11080548
    Travel to Amsterdam.
    Steal skull from catacombs.
    Don't have sex with it.
    Servo skull
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)01:26 No.11082295
    Well colour me intrigued. How do I get to these catacombs?
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)02:32 No.11083315
    I suppose the only thing better then a human skull is an ancient Amsterdamian skull.
    >> Anonymous 07/12/10(Mon)02:51 No.11083611

    18-servo robotic hexapod kit driven by a PS2 controller. Place skull on top, win at everything forever.
    >> Anonymous 07/12/10(Mon)05:31 No.11085746
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)10:59 No.11088957
    I dont know if anyone besides me is working on it but my funding is currently low so it wont be complete for a while.
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)11:39 No.11089422
    Is anyone besides me working on one?
    >> Anonymous 07/12/10(Mon)12:14 No.11089812
    Damn it damn it damn it damn it... I have three graveyards within bicycling distance... And I know one of them is old, got graves that are like 200 years plus. And it's in the middle of nowhere.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 07/12/10(Mon)12:16 No.11089831

    Up in North Jersey, in the middle of the woods, there's the ruins of a foundation of a house, as well as a number of tombstones. You go through a large, near endless field of brambles to get there.

    It's funny. It's an excellent hunting ground.
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)13:18 No.11090605
    I am tempted to hire you as my skull guy.
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)13:27 No.11090770
    Think we can make a deal?

    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)15:04 No.11092259
    Skulls? For the Skull throne?
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)15:18 No.11092471
    Servo Skull Bump
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)16:33 No.11093714
    So grave robbing eh? Anyone not get caught yet?
    >> remember, you have to fit your choices into a SKULL monotreeme 07/12/10(Mon)16:33 No.11093725
    rolled 64 = 64

    so far as I can see the list of add-on's include the following. (some of them are my own suggestions)

    beagle-board(or other suitably small appliance) is a given...
    so is the battery.

    paint job's and sculpted decorations.(you know it needs them)
    Webcam (motion tracking?)
    Label Printer (in mouth)
    Laser pointer (on side, or in other eye)
    Laser pointer on a servo that tracks motion.
    Small Appendages
    Remote Control NERF/BB/gunpowder weapon (probably on a servo as well.)
    Basic Head Control as per >>>>11051138
    Solar Panels
    Sonar Reception
    IR/UV Reception
    Small Projector(s)
    Flash Drive
    Wireless Connectivity/hub
    audio out/in connection.

    RC control (wired/wireless)
    spider legs as per>>11050895, or >>11083611
    Blower Lift
    Rotary Blades [Helicopter]
    Blimp Lift
    A Small RC Tank(or car) Bottom.
    Small Shoulder Perch
    Semi-Motive Shoulder Perch
    Perch on a clear plastic stick that attaches to clothing (gives appearance of flight)

    Speech to Text
    Speech to Binary
    Pre-Programmed Vocal Responses
    Programming Support for Physical Add-Ons
    A Particularly Terrifying Computer Virus For un-authorized users(WIPE EVERYTHING).
    Physical Response to Given Stimuli
    MP3 programming(for speakers)
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)16:42 No.11093889
    That is a very in depth look at the peripherals and items that could be included.

    I bow before your collating skills.
    >> monotreeme 07/12/10(Mon)16:49 No.11094031
    rolled 10 = 10

    >Remote Control NERF/BB/gunpowder weapon


    don't, I was fired from the local library because those same 'collating skills'. some of it like the "put it on an RC tank" were my ideas to

    it was a good $12/hour job too...

    also, perhaps just a servo to operate such shenanigans as this.


    just set it to detect and it sets it off for a laugh. or slight maiming.

    anything with a tripwire...
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)17:11 No.11094429
    That sounds like a story and a half. Care to share?

    I guess I am just not as smart. I do not know how to set trip wires or other things that you mentioned.

    Teach me master.
    >> monotreeme 07/12/10(Mon)17:18 No.11094569
    rolled 45 = 45

    I am no master, I am merely a collector of data, all you need is some imagination, and while not necessary, a budget certainly helps.

    here, have some examples


    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)17:28 No.11094749
    Your knowledge is quite substantial. I am going to have to investigate and work on this quite thoroughly.
    >> monotreeme 07/12/10(Mon)17:33 No.11094831
    rolled 63 = 63

    my knowledge is akin to that of a library index.

    I know where data can be found, but I have almost no ability to use it, and very few other endearing qualities.

    as it is, I barely know what a "servo skull" is, I do not follow the WH40K universe and never have. but the concept is wonderful, and equally applicable to the more locally available cow skulls (Texas is great, sometimes...) with the plus that most decorative cow skulls are non-mobile I can skip a large quantity of actuation.

    if I ever get the skills to make one...
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)17:38 No.11094926
    That is what friends are for. I am sure someone you know or someone you know knows someone who is an engineer of some sort. With the multitude of brain power you can probably find a practical application or at least someone who can show you how to build and create it.
    >> Action Hank 07/12/10(Mon)17:43 No.11095021
    As for a servo skull, they are basically human skulls (usually those especially loyal or have done something extraordinary) that are crammed with circuitry and hover technology.

    They facilitate something whether it is printing out information, or a weapon skull with extra firepower and the ability to fly around.

    For this one I think the plan is to make one that can hear words through microphone and print what is said in binary through some sort of label printer.

    I am sure nerf guns or airsoft guns would be sick but I think I want to start with the basic hover print webcam tech in there before getting crazy with it.

    It would be cool to be able to control the hover skull through a pc or laptop and have it fly around visually able to see things through the webcam and hear things in the microphone. And then of course shoot people but that can wait.
    >> monotreeme 07/12/10(Mon)17:44 No.11095036
    rolled 62 = 62

    you are speaking to an engineering student FYI

    Mechanical is not even close to Electrical however...

    I am also a lazy bastard, and therefore disenclined to actually do any of this.

    incoming bullshit...
    I suspect that on closer examination several combinations can be used to avoid "double usage" for example, you wouldn't need a shake/nod/twist set of servos, if you had the spider legs, or the helecopter.

    the webcam, laser, NERF weapons, need not be individually actuated if he entire skull is actuated.

    while >>>11051138 does show one way of rotating the skull it has a limited range of motion as compared to a turntable, or just leaving it to the 'chassis' you put it on.

    if you opt to 'wear' the skull on a perch or other such method a seemingly simple program combined with either a sonar, optical, or motion sesitive receptor could tell you if there is a wall or person bihind you by vibrating slightly(note: add "vibrate" to list of periphirals) or announcing quietly that someone or something is beh9ind you.

    additionally, if you are rolling in cash enough to purchase multiple or bulk human skulls, (or plastic ones.) you could have multiple variations, and name them.

    Fred is the tech head. (contains; wireless hub, portable harddrive, hacking softare, webcam etc.)
    Judas is my best friend, I carry him everywhere. (rear view detection, webcam, recorder, speech to text conversion, speakers, mic.)
    Johnny gaurds my domain. (actuated, on tracks, weapons/laser mounted, webcam, speakers, IR/UV/SONAR/OPTICAL detectors)
    Skippy is my watcher. (helicopter blades, weatherproofed(note add weatherproofing.), webcam(good one), recorder, directional mic, wireless connection.) [perch it somewhere and let it sit and watch]

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