Well, you could but I'm afraid I'd need the power supply from say a large MRI scanner, along with a couple of electric power company power factor compensating capacitors. You know the big boxes mounted on I beams strung between two utility poles. Anyone with a pace maker, or implanted insulin injection pump better not be in the way.LsFarm wrote:You guys drank some high-test coffee this morning!! So much aggression!! :D :D
Actually Yanche's idea has a lot of merit.. Although I don't know if you could control and focus the EMP enough to not take out the judges' computers and the scoreboards too !! And all the observers cell phones.. PDA's etc... that would be a bunch of pissed-off people !! :? :shock: :lol: :mad: :mad:
Yanche wrote:My robot will simply have a huge EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) generator. This will literally pull all the electrons out of the semiconductor memory cells of the opponent robots and they will go haywire. My robot will be immune because it uses vacuum tubes!