Sunday, 8 September 2013

Finalised 'Machine' Concept

This is my finalized 'Machine' Concept'.
I've actually came up with quite a story behind this idea which goes into some depth. 

The name I have given it is;
''The Neural Inheritance Cocoon'' or ''NIC'' for short.

Inside the glass embryo sack, would be non-Newtonian fluid. Which would be hardened during log distance interspace flights and can change its properties with certain conditions. 
The robot itself would be inactive during space flight, but when it does activate it also changes the properties of the container depending on the life form inside. 
When the life form grows, the glass-like container would expand and hang more so underneath. Depending on the life form, the NIC, through its "arms" would be able to project information into the brain of the embryo as it grows.

There is a few technical viewing points which should be different, however I feel this particular design was difficult to interpret from the other angles apart from the side view.


  1. I love the fact you've worked out some complex narrative for this machine - I think you should blog about it - don't hold back: let's find out what it's for! :)

    1. Updated the blog post with a story behind it. :)

  2. I like this one, I didnt even consider combining actual life form with machinery, let alone putting a life form in to it :)it looks as if the machine is cradling it