>Legged robots are not...
It may be capable to remain mobile for the entirety of the mission, which may be a good thing in difficult terrain.
Now just bolt some dual machine guns and let them go around terrorizing the entire range, I think it should still be remote-controlled and work in short range deployments, scaling it up to put a human inside won't make much sense due defeating the whole idea of having an expendable drone and we may still have a hard time finding a long-lasting energy output due square-cube law and AI may have to reach AGI levels to make it autonomous.
Has anyone from PrepHole played G-nome?
I tried to, decades ago on my potato pc and my retard child mind. Couldn’t get past the first mission.
Look at the pic you posted, now imagine that thing is the size of the second one. Now scale the weight, friction, etc. and understand why it doesn't work. Now stop obsessing over this and making several threads a day.
For starters I didn't make the one with Atlas, then, if you read again I pointed out at the square-cube law and why I don't believe it should be scaled up.
>NOOOOOOO YOU CAN'T MAKE MECHS IT WOULD SINK INTO THE GROUND CONCRETE IS LITERALLY LIQUID NOOOOOOO
>battlefields are 100% concrete
>all concrete is made the same
>NOOOOOO DIRT IS LIQUID TOO I'M LITERALLY SINKING NOOOOO HELP ME moronMAN!!!!1!!!
moron even fucking tanks can sink to sand/mud/just soft ground
Just give the robot clown shoes problem solved
concrete is liquid to a mech
reading comprehension is not your strong suit. or are you just so desperate to prove how "with it" you are to anonymous strangers that you stopped reading at the word "leg"?
Now give it a nice butt
tits too. And so help me god they'd better be functional.
>Longer life expectancy than the average Amazon warehouse thrall.
I don't see the problem. Amazon has literally run out of humans to enslave in certain regions.
Nice grabbable hips. Where does the port-a-pussy go?
So basically, we Gecko now...
So, we're gonna make them moo like cows and shit coolant then, right?
most impressive thing about the gecko is how compact it could make itself. thing was able to crouch down low enough to fit inside a elevator.
but can I have sex with it?
I hope we're in the mecha timeline
We’re not, because we’re in the timeline where both tanks and helicopters exist.
Legged combat robots will be smaller than humans, we're in the manlet gundam timeline.
Have people been arguing that legged robots were infeasible? The argument as I've seen it is that legged robots can make sense at near human scales, but retards consistently try to turn that into "mechs are feasible replacments for tanks" which is BS. Hell a lot of the time people concede that blurry space between mini-mecha and power armor couldn't be fully ruled out.
I will argue it. At ANY scale, tracks, wheels or wings are better than legs for a combat vehicle. Lower COG, lower ground pressure, faster, lower overall weight.
>step over obstacles
Climb them with tracks. Tracks can go on a steeper incline than bipeds.
You could engineer jumping into the suspension of wheels or tracks, we don't because it isn't useful.
>See/shoot more because you're higher.
This is a bad thing, and if we wanted it for vehicles we would do it with adjustable ride height suspension or a telescoping perescope, like you see on GSR and some TDs.
The human form is not optimised for land combat with projectile weapons. A tank is
Really? Some say we evolved like this to throw rocks better.
The argument was at ten meters or so.
Chicken leg mech Chads rise up!
just need to figure out muscle tech and kino is on the way
Mecha would only work in real life if it looked like this.
ITT: PrepHole does not know about square-cube law.
>ITT: PrepHole does not care about square-cube law.