Chris Carter, a robot-maker who created the original “Metal-Aged Robot” and co-founded “Reality Bites,” has an interesting new story about how he developed a robot that can go into deep space.
The robot, dubbed “Metal Eater,” is now being developed for a movie.
He told EW he started out by looking for a robot capable of eating other robots.
“It was really hard to come up with one that was actually capable of that,” Carter said.
He then began to think about how a robot could be able to eat other robots that had the same chemical composition as its own.
“We thought about the chemical composition of the metal, which is a pretty unique chemical,” Carter told EW.
“The thing is, we wanted it to be able, in a sense, to go into space and not have to have a tank of fuel to carry it.
And then we thought, well, what is a space-based tank of metal?
Well, the answer was it’s going to be metal.”
Metal Eater is currently in a prototype phase at the company, which Carter said is similar to what you’d expect to see in a “space-based” space station.
But it’s also more advanced than you’d think.
Carter said the robot can eat and dig up organic material like soil and plants.
It can even dig up other organic materials, like plants, soil, and rocks.
Metal Eater’s ability to dig up soil is not limited to just digging up the ground.
Carter also said it can be programmed to eat and digest plants as well.
This robot can also be programmed not to dig itself up.
Carter told us he was looking to see how the robot would respond when it’s in space.
“I was looking at this robotic stuff and, you know, what happens if it’s trapped in a space station and there’s not enough fuel to get to the station, what do you do?
The concept of Metal Eater began to grow in his mind, and he had a few different ideas for the robot. “
Carter told me that he started working on Metal Eater about five years ago.
The concept of Metal Eater began to grow in his mind, and he had a few different ideas for the robot.
“So I came up with this idea of having these legs that are the same length and they’re both the same diameter, and they can go through soil and dig it up and then it can crawl across that soil and use its two arms to dig it out again. “
And then I thought, oh, there’s a way to have two of those arms and one of those legs,” Carter recalled.
“So I came up with this idea of having these legs that are the same length and they’re both the same diameter, and they can go through soil and dig it up and then it can crawl across that soil and use its two arms to dig it out again.
So it’s this amazing combination of two different designs that are very, very different.”
Carter said that Metal Eater has a pretty basic set of capabilities, but he added that he thinks Metal Eater will evolve over time.
“Metal is a very hard metal to make,” Carter added.
“But we think it’s a pretty cool material.
It’s very stable.
It has a lot of properties that are extremely valuable in terms of being able to make machines and materials that can survive in space.”
Carter told the publication that he is working on some prototypes of Metal Existence.
“You know, Metal Eater was one of the things that we were thinking about at one point in time,” he said.
“At that point in the development process, we were actually thinking about making a metal-eating robot that could be a really fun thing to make and that would be fun to see come to life.”