Proof that the PIC Anti-Gravity Engine Works

Thanks all for your patience, but after many hours of my computer buffering, I have finally done it.

This was originally posted in an existing thread, but I thought it would be better suited in it’s own topic.

Proof that the PIC Anti-Gravity Engine Actually Works

I know that many were skeptical of my previous post about how I used the anti-gravity engine with the PIC to make my wallbot score in towers.

TaranMayer:

WallbotGif

That is why I spent the last few days working on making a model in CAD to prove that this was feasible, and not just some shoddy stop-motion crap. Without further ado, here it is!

PIC_Wallbot_Animation

A higher quality version is avaliable on my youtube page here . The GIF format really doesn’t work well with Inventor.

Proof That The PIC Anti-Gravity Engine Works

I hope this clears up any speculation that my anti-gravity engine was a fake. As you can clearly see, the fact that I have modeled this in a physics-less environment definitively proves that it was, in fact, real.

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@connor I’m owed some stickers

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I’ve been working on it. Don’t worry, you will receive your stickers soon. A promise is a promise. :slight_smile:

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New META right here…

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I’m definitely not suspicious of that string on the right side at all! Great technological advancement!

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Is it true that there was that there has been talk’s with the military over the technology.

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What’s a military? I have never heard of such a thing.

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@TaranMayer start encrypting you CAD files and leave the house immediately!

@Connor now works for the military. They will be coming to collect your secret designs.

We are all doomed now!

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I’ve heard that your bot had just gotten 864 in skills. Is this true?

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Yeah the antigravity let it take cubes from other matches

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