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Artificial Intelligence Control Room . Behold, the Artificial Intelligence. This design holds several important points that could be used elsewhere, including the ability to reach everything easily, and being able to control the master program with no difficulty. I tried to make it as clean as possible with as much greebling and such as I could, and I think I did a pretty good job. While the other designs have a clean dashboard with not much circuitry or anything else throughout the MOC, I added tubes, communication links, pressure valves, and several other pieces of machinery that are now attached to the walls. I hope you like it. . This was built for the Final Countdown here:[link]http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/20870 Say hello to the main dashboard. In front of a comfortable seat sits several important controls for communicating and controlling the AI. I also added a high-tech computer with a special monitor and a small communication tower for sending messages throughout the future design. This is the AI itself. It was a very complicated design, and I had several ideas for where it should sit. In the end, I made it into the shape of an eye that sits directly above the controls. Several important tubes run around it. Another shot of the controls. This is a small communications panel that looks rather strange among the rest of the MOC. The colors don’t fit, but oh well. This serves a very important part in sending the AI throughout the rest of the ship without interference. A shot of the communications tower. This little thing is the mouth of the AI, pretty much. It sends the thoughts and information from the main AI program straight to the computer in the room or throughout the ship. A large tube sends power out of the AI room and to other parts in the ship. This computer is a massive part pf the AI room, and it’s high-tech interface is the only thing that involves experience. It is the main source for the AI thoughts to go. Whenever information comes from the communications tower, it goes straight to this first. This computer has a light blue screen attached to it, which is useful for remembering things and for storing information. It can be written upon, and it can also be unattached. Both screens are highly advanced, and using them involves permission. No lowly engineer can just get on and play with these computers. Please note: This is NOT overhanging, it just looks like it is because of the perspective. Finally, the comfy chair. I had an EPIC design for this, but it made it too big to be fit here. Perhaps I will use it in future builds… The doorway. There has to be someway to get in, of course. I would have loved to make a blast door for security, but there wasn’t enough room. I have failed you there, but it will not happen again. Now we shall focus on the catwalk. This section is commonly used by engineers looking to fix a bug in the wires. Panels and tubes line the walls, and a small power outlet with a large shutoff valve is attached along the catwalk. The catwalk is rather small, but I kept it safe so no incidents would occur. The other side. A panel with a small porthole reveals that a large power tube runs through this section of the wall. This particular panel is under higher security with a lock. The whole MOC again. I will let the pictures explain themselves sin more detail now. Enjoy! Thanks for looking! Ratings and comments welcome! -Netro


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