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Formicid robots (called formicids) are derived from ants. They are hybrids, living machines, programmable organisms or biological machines with mechanical parts. They act as one single organism. A decentralized, self-organized system in favor of their hosts.
This robot is used to transport products from city to city. This is the largest formicid to be found, it has a large storage cargo unit at his back.
Length: 4 meter
This extremely strong robot is designed to help during construction of new buildings, roads or infrastructure.
Length: 1,80 - 3,50 meter
The chemist is a walking lab, it is used to design new materials and medicines. It derives its ingredients mostly from plants.
Length: 1,20 meter
The grabbers help during the harvest of energy eggs. With his two strong grab-tools this robot can be used to help with numerous other tasks from construction works to waste- management.
Length: 0,80 - 1,20 meter
This very fast and viable small robot is used to scout, it can stay away for weeks in search for information. It is highly intelligent and can collect information about food, useful locations for new settlements or roads, raw materials, weather and climate conditions.
Length: 0,30 meter
The forager is programmed to collect crops, food and raw materials.They leave town in search for these resources.
Length: 0,75 meter
In 2020 Xenobots were the first biological machines ever made. Robots derived from frog stem cells.
Copyrighted photos from Alex Wild: https://www.alexanderwild.com
Ants are known to be superorganisms. They were the inspiration to design the formicid robots.
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