In his article for the reader, ComputerBase readers appear Random design His interpretation of the combat robot ED-209 from the famous RoboCop film series. In addition to the integration of the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti and other high-end hardware, what’s particularly impressive is the implementation and size of the housing model.
From film to reality via Cinema4D
In the films, the ED-209 (pronounced Ed Two Oh Nine) series robot is an executive robot. He’s a rather clumsy fellow with little intelligence and mobility – quite the opposite of protagonist Alex Murphy known as RoboCop. However, it enjoys the interest of community members Random design He recreated it in Cinema4D with the help of data and images from French publisher Nacon, with the user interpreting some areas more freely.
The replica was created piece by piece, from the feet to the legs to the robot’s torso. In order to transform the robot from the computer into reality, various 3D printers were used as the main tools, although some of the parts printed with them only had to serve as templates for the molds. For recurring components, this simplifies work steps.
Detailed and illustrated steps can be found in his theme Robocop Caseod – ED-209, where the curious reader is taken step by step through the history of its creation.
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