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Dee by Pythos Cheetah

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Drawn by Valery91Thunder ( https://www.furaffinity.net/user/valery91thunder/ )
Originally posted at https://www.furaffinity.net/full/12072736/ .

While Dee's learned to enjoy her various odd-shaped prosthetics, sometimes performance is more important than aesthetics. Here, we see a remote-controlled robot shaped the same as her original body, which her brain grew up controlling, giving her the finest possible control and best possible reaction time.

Why did't she just suit up and head out herself, you might ask? Well, for one, this repair is taking place on the outside of a rotating habitat. Should she both lose her grip and the safety line break, she'd be flung away into the Deep Black. For another, it's not exactly a healthy environment - she's repairing the super-conducting coil which emits the electromagnetic field which protects that part of the hab from radiation. Plus, as you can see by the red glowy bits coming out of the vents, there's some emission of coolant that's been heated into red-hot gas, spreading out enough that you can see the beams from some of the warning lights...

Don't you worry, though, as the solar system's first superfrieghter, the Zip (SF-0), does eventually make it to the asteroid (442) Eichsfeldia, safe and sound. :)

female 550,650, rat 11,412, robot 8,260, space 4,231, stars 3,696, planet 669, spaceship 446, mars 121, repair 69, radiation 59, fix 56, maintenance 40, orbit 33, spacecraft 31, repairs 12
Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 5 years, 4 months ago
Rating: General

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5 years, 4 months ago
Mice in spaaaace XD

Very nice design :3
5 years, 4 months ago
What is the control interface to that thing like?
5 years, 4 months ago
Quite similar to what's shown in the image "Living a Life" at https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=160425 , and its accompanying story "A Mile in Another Rat's Paws" at https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=182579 . The setting's tech includes collars which can non-invasively sense the nervous impulses in the spinal column; throw in 3D goggles, earphones, and face sensors, and that's enough for full-body control.

At the point in the setting shown here, Dee is still a quadruple amputee, so the above might be supplemented by re-directing the control impulses which usually direct her prosthetic cybernetics to the robot's limbs, which might help fine-tune the fine-motor control, and improve reaction time.
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