Body Jobs

Contest Info

  • Started: 4/21/2006 06:00
  • Ended: 4/23/2006 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 21
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $50
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $30
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $20
Body Jobs
Contest Directions: Replace any body part with mechanical or electrical parts.

Contest Info

    • Started: 4/21/2006 06:00
    • Ended: 4/23/2006 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 21
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $50
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $30
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $20
21 pictures
  • Natalie Portman

    Natalie Portman
        • wish i had her...oops .. i mean the camera
        • The ultimate in girl gadgets, a woman no man can get bored of
        • Say, that's really slick!! I like the plastic look to her skin. Flawless.
        • I wonder what kind of upgrades are possible
        • Congrats on your first entry and first gold. Welcome to FN!
  • Saxophone Child

    Saxophone Child
        • child prodigy

          [Edited by User on 4/22/2006 3:49:27 PM]
        • Mechanical genius

          [Edited by User on 4/22/2006 3:50:20 PM]
        • - So how is your kid doing? I heard he's got a real talent.

          - Yes, ever since we "fixed" him
        • cool, excellent light and shadow effects, looks real!
  • Pioneer Ear

    Pioneer Ear
  • High Jump

    High Jump
        • New world record high jump: 7.85 metres!
        • Too much white on the highlights of the spring
  • I Got An Idea

    I Got An Idea
  • Man VS Machine

    Man VS Machine
        • the only thing i see is the source of light of arms and machine are not the same. They not look like in the same image.
        • I agree with nilo, the robot arm is much brighter. Otherwise, it is a good entry.
  • Balance Beam

    Balance Beam
        • The gold medal? It costed her an arm and a leg
        • i love this one. but i think this is easy..
        • "Now if i can just break the other one i will have a matching pair"
  • Christina Aguilera Bot

    Christina Aguilera Bot
        • You'd better not lick, she can be a real shocker, if not unplugged
        • its so ... y....but she is shocking.....can any body help to unplug her....cooool entry....
        • thanks guys! just new here and feeling my way around!
  • painter

    painter
        • don't make me cut your nose off to spite my face!
        • Painter! Look she cried.
          Its morning
          And I cannot find the Sun
  • Eye Time

    Eye Time
        • She's never been a second late in here life.
        • according to her teacher she is a good PUPIL
  • Michelangelo

    Michelangelo
        • Done with man, the bot is the new way to go.
        • God finally getting tired of
          "Pull my finger" jokes
        • NOT GOD'S NEW CREATION!!! IT IS MAN'S CREATION, SUGGESTED BY GOD, AND GIVEN THE KNOWLEDGE TO DO SO BY GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Navigation Lady

    Navigation Lady
        • She's going to get dizzy if she tries to read that map for too long
        • Also comes with handy GPS device for finding G-spot

        • On 4/22/2006 6:44:15 PM, NewsMaster said:

          Also comes with handy GPS device for finding G-spot


          ROTFLMBO!!!!
  • BOO

    BOO
        • Getting past a metal detector on an airport is going to be difficult now, though.
  • mother and child

    mother and child
        • Looks like she can crush a car with that
        • Contrast is a bit too low on the bionics, when compared to the rest of the pic.

        • On 4/22/2006 6:06:33 PM, JannaR said:

          Contrast is a bit too low on the bionics, when compared to the rest of the pic.


          Is that better?
        • There is shadow in the child's hand but there isnt any on the woman's skirt. Very nice otherwise.
        • YOU NEVER KNOW, SOMEDAY YOU JUST MIGHT RUN INTO THIS SITUATION ON A DAILY BASIS!!
  • Bill Gates

    Bill Gates
        • I always suspected that he wasn't all HUMAN.
        • how can he operating his system with his hand.....bill do u need my help....
        • is this the latest pic of billgates? he is very old.
  • Bionic Eye

    Bionic Eye
        • I can see for miles and miles and miles.
        • Guy on Florida beach: "Wow, check out the hot bikini chick at that European beach!"
  • G W Bush

    G W Bush
        • hmmmm woder if he does the hamster dance?
        • that poor little mouse has nothing to eat in there.
  • christina aguilera

    christina aguilera
  • Running Shoulder to Shoulder

    Running Shoulder to Shoulder
        • He was later disqualified for using banned batteries
        • IF ONLY THIS COULD BE TRUE. I WOULD BE THE FIRST IN LINE TO GET ONE. MY RIGHT ONE IS SCREWED UP FROM PLAYING BASEBALL!!!!!!!
  • Ultrasound

    Ultrasound
        • Now we only have to wait until the first fetus files a lawsuit for invasion of privacy
  • toaster

    toaster
        • hmmm, i can do this one.. am learning photoshop
21 image entries
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This contest is fueled by the following news: In the 1970s, television brought us the six million dollar man and the bionic woman. After thirty years from those programs, and with inflation in costs and prices, there is now the six-billion-dollar human. However, the six billion dollar "human" is not a physical cyborg. Rather, it is an umbrella term for the latest developments in the growing field of techonology for human enhancement. The advances included helping the blind to see again, being able to carry enormous loads without the prospect of backache and a prosthetic robotic hand that works nearly like a real one. These were some of the ideas presented at a recent meeting of engineers, physicists, biologists and computer scientists organized recently by the American Association of Anatomists. Steve Austin, the 1970s six million dollar man, had other talents like seeing through walls or zooming in on faraway objects. According to scientists, his modern would include technology designed to restore functional sight to those who have become blind through disease. Of course, no true cyborg would be considered complete without superhuman strength. Homayoon Kazerooni of the University of California, Berkeley, indicates that he has the answer when it comes to superhuman strength related issues; he says he can help. He indicates that the technology exists to create a robotic devise that a person would wear and that would allow that person to carry a major load without feeling the load at all. The technology takes the form of the Berkeley Lower Extremity Exoskeleton (Bleex). The device fits along the legs and has a frame at the wearer's back to fit a backpack. At the present time, the maximum load for the device is 200 pounds.