I happened to wander in, I hit a random letter into the browser and this board came up, then I realized I haven't posted here in a while
What is your project? Just curious
Name: Hik (BO of /hover/ and /server/, :lapis: flag on /miku/)
Favorite Waifu: Aoki Lapis (Vocaloid)
Specialty: Electronics, Mad Science, General arts, Design, Mechatronics, Psychotronics
Relevant Experience: Studied computers and electronics at technical college for 10 years, have made clocks and control interfaces, self-studied esoteric technology using the internet, coded in C, C++, C# and python, have used a 3d printer and laser cutter/engraver (have access to a fab lab), drawing, painting, carving and sculpting, soldering, some 3d modeling, worked with arduino, raspberry pi, MSP430 and other micro computers
Most Important Aspect For Your Waifu: Miniturization and biomimetics (that feel of real)
Desired Position On Team: Designer, Provider of good ideas and information, Collaborator
>Please do share it then
There are some links to some of it on /hover/
hover.neocities.org (found on board links 1 and 2)
It can be of relevance, the atoms are self perpetuating is the point.
Its actually very efficient as is the body when managed right. Its evidenced as how difficult it is for us to make advanced robowaifus, nature truly is magnificent. Also the point I'm making is that the heart is self perpetuating as long as sustained by the will of the body.
>Perhaps a generator based on burning a caloric fuel, like alcohol?
No, the "fuel" is the magnets which are actually made when the electrons of atoms align in such a way that they create a current within the magnetic material (which is what makes a magnet work) Any and all electric currents make magnetic fields, and because the atoms are self sustaining, the magnetic field which is generated from the atomic alignment in the permanent magnet can be used to make a perpetual power source. I have personally witnessed such a device work, but its still being tested and not quite ready for release yet.
>Have you considered making her larger than a fairy?
I have considered a lot of things, I do think there's a way to do this, making a smaller robowaifu means less materials, but more intricacy, which is a challenge I'm interested in.
>I wish to help you realize machine life.
It may interest you to know that synthetic "DNA" strands of information already exist, they're called XNA also look up wetware, there's a lot of interesting stuff out there..
Its 1 am for me so I'll post again later