pentagon working on transformers technology

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  1. Atlas Prime

    Atlas Prime holdin up cybertron

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  2. knoted

    knoted Resistor Transistor

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    Moreso alike the T1000 than TF's actually...

    Still, I wonder how this will be powered. It'll have to be
    connect to a powersource. Until mankind doesn't make a
    substantial improvement in battery & power management efficiency,
    I can't imagine this tech to work as an autonamous 'robot'.
     
  3. Aernaroth

    Aernaroth <b><font color=blue>I voted for Super_Megatron and Veteran

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    Its a little buried, but

    http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/trans...-shape-shifting-transformers-battlefield.html

    And as for the power source, if the "cells" were able to connect in such a manner that they could conduct electricity between eachother, you could probably get away with having a single power source, but I know, it seems the more obvious choice would be internal power sources in each part, requiring significant miniturization advancement.
     
  4. optimusprime42

    optimusprime42 Autobot Leader

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    i stuck it in news.. oh well
     

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