Mark 9: The Telepresence Armor
Specs: Mark 9
Anthony Stark, HOMER
Shell Composition: Rigid
interior/3-D knitted metallic exterior provided protection from physical
attacks as well as acid, heat, cold, most forms of energy, radiation, and
electricity. A 3-D knitting pattern on a submolecular construction level
gives the armor itself more strength, while allowing for the most comfortable
Power Source and Energy Information:
Particle Power Supply; Solar Energy Converters; Energy Induction Grid.
Control Systems Interface:
interface and battle computer integrated with the Telepresence Neural Net.
This armor was the first to incorporate the telepresence system. While
it was still worn as a suit of armor, the functions and muscle control
were carried out by the suit, not by the wearer.
(Mark 3): Variable intensity light source. Can be focused for use as
a spotlight or fine-focused for use as a laser.
Generates and broadcasts high frequency sound waves.
(Mark 3): Laser-guided particle beam emission units mounted in the
palm of each hand.
The armor can generate torpedoes of high energy plasma. They increase in
intensity as they travel. However, they are slow-moving projectiles, easily
The armor can generate a narrow beam of intense heat. It can also be internalized
to heat the surface of the armor until it is too hot to touch.
Pulse: The armor can generate a pulse of electromagnetic energy that
shuts down all electrical systems within a 1 mile radius. However, it also
shuts down the armor until it can reboot (currently this takes about six
Equipment: The eye and mouth hole slits could be sealed. The suit had
a supply of air to last about an hour.
(Mark 4): Uses high-speed triple-source turbines located in the boots.
By expanding the field that keeps the armor rigid, the armor can encase
itself in a protective force field that is effective against most forms
of attack. He can also used this field to polarize the armor to either
attract or repulse other items of magnetic polarity. The armor can temporarily
surround itself with a force field that greatly increases its protection
from attacks. While the force field is engaged, the armor is unable to
use any other systems.
Induction Grid: Embedded in the surface of the armor is an absorption
grid. It is able to absorb energy from attacks or surrounding power sources
to recharge the armor or redirect into the weapons systems.
Emitter: Generates 12 simultaneous images of the armor. It is used
to confuse the enemy. He is unable to identify the real armor allowing
IronMan an attack advantage. It could also be used to generate a chameleon
field around itself. The computer in the armor would analyze its surroundings
and generate a hologram to make it blend in with the surroundings making
it effectively invisible visually and to cameras.
The outer coating of the armor absorbs the signals from both radar and
sonar making the armor invisible to those forms of detection.
The armor contains ear protectors to baffle incoming noise greater than
70 decibels. Similarly, blinding lights trigger polarized lenses in the
helmet's eye slots.
and Repulsor Beam: Using magnetism, the armor can generate a tractor
and repulsor field.
Translator: The computer in his armor is able to translate to and from
English and many of Earth's more popular languages.
Device: The armor is protected from anybody analyzing or duplicating
the circuits in the armor. Once tripped, the security circuits melt the
interior of the armor to slag. A few minutes later, the armor explodes
to destroy itself.
A focused photon emitter on the back of his left wrist that shapes into
Probe: It allows the computers in the armor to establish a wireless
link to other computer systems and assume control of them.
Band Transceiver: both Audio and Visual; Radar; Sonar; Infrared; Electrical/Magnetic:
By measuring the variences in the magnetic fields in structures, the armor
could reverse engineer a schematic of the layout of where power lines ran
inside of the walls and overlay the layout onto the visual display inside
the helmet; Life Detector: Uses a combination of pinpointing heat sources
and measuring their temperatures.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 07 June 2007 )