Codename Colossus

Boudicca T1 Training Colossus:

This monstrous robot tank houses over 400 specially designed parts, all 3D printed and linked together with servos and custom-built circuits controlled by an Arduino, resulting in a dazzling kinetic sculpture over 20″ tall. The exterior features crew, LED lighting, realistic battle scars, and an incredible level of detail down to the last hand-painted rivet. Searchlights scan, and guns rotate, aim, and recoil, all while crawling along on its hexapodal armored legs. $5,000.

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8 Responses:

  1. djm says:

    Hexapodia is the key insight!

  2. joe says:

    It's the technodrome.

  3. Ben says:

    Why's it wearing RAF roundels?

    • It does have rockets for feet. Who's to say it can't fly?

    • tfb says:

      Inter-forces rivalry means that the RAF have their own giant robot tanks, in the same way that the navy have their own zombie army.

    • Not Frank says:

      It's a training model. Those are for the other training models to shoot giant paintballs at, as they are emblematic of "good targets" versus the internal mechanisms.

  4. Michael V. says:

    A beta version of this?

  5. DaveL says:

    JWZ: objectively not hard to buy for.

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