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There’s been plenty of instances where sci-fi on film has informed technology in real life. In a life changing moment, Tony Stark is attacked and captured by terrorists. 39″, the suit functioned both as a life saving device for Tony Stark’s injured heart and as a weapon to help him escape captivity. However, Fixational’s approach uses winking to trigger actions, and we don’t see Tony using such gross facial movements to trigger actions, so some other interaction must be occurring. Given the fact that such a humongous source of energy is resting comfortably in his chest, we have to assume that there must be a remarkable network of cooling tubes ensuring that our beloved Tony isn’t roasted alive. There’s years – over 50 years – of backstory on him all there to use, and I like doing that,’ Taylor-Johnson told Total Film. There might be potential bandwidth problems in relying on an artificial intelligence: the user would have to be able to explain clearly what he needs in a timely manner, which might not always be possible in the middle of a human-on-alien action. In order to be ready for possible combat with the rampaging monster known as “The Incredible Hulk”, Tony Stark developed this suit of armor as the ultimate add on to the Iron Man suit.

Thus, a new Super Hero is born: IRON MAN! As the first suit of Iron Man armor built at Stark Industries, the Mark II armor was soon replaced by the Mark III after initial flight testing. The Mark II was constructed as a prototype with an emphasis on exploring flight potential. The suit was a prototype of the complete and advanced Mark 40 suit. As seen in The Ultimates, this ensemble functions more like a compact vehicle than a man-sized suit of armor. However, in the real world we are still far away from what he is doing: the main problem is and will probably remain for several decades the needs for a more concentrated energy source. Even though we may not be getting hoverboards in 2015, Back to the Future Part II still has inspired Nike to unveil power laces sometime next year. Just lie still and rest. Okay, I admit that the user interface is less sexy than the rest of the suit.

When in mid-flight, Tony doesn’t have a conventional, hardware user interface available to him. You understand I have no choice. Tony would have to be supremely confident that, in a moment of jeopardy, Jarvis wouldn’t do something stupid. Naturally, Tony’s voice-controlled majordomo Jarvis is available to assist him. But the problem with Jarvis providing a user interface for Tony’s Iron Man suit is that the suit’s usefulness and efficiency would be heavily dependent on Jarvis having a high degree of artificial intelligence. Jarvis responds not only with the answer to Tony’s question, but highlights where those people are, demonstrating contextual awareness and the ability to go beyond the user’s initial instruction to provide further help. Some of the epithets she freely used to describe people cannot be used in this newspaper, but I remember that she always called me a ‘dirty little Turk’ if I did anything wrong – a reference, I only realised later, that related to a specific historical event which had involved the British Navy and shocked the nation: namely the destruction of the city of Smyrna in Asia Minor by the Turkish army in 1922 and the massacre of thousands of innocent people. One of the first things we see is Tony querying Jarvis about the number of people in the air.

By the time the dual-cab ute arrives in 2023 that number will grow to 34 in Australia and stay at four in NZ . The last time I looked at the Wikitribune site it told me that four out of a target of 10 professional journalists had now been funded. Director Jon Favreau geeks out in fun ways with the hardware, but never lets it overpower the movie, and there’s always a goofy one-liner or a slapstick pratfall around to break the tension. Originally used as a means by which Tony Stark could test out new ideas for the Iron Man suit, it eventually became his new fully operational set of armor when used in the first comic book battle between Tony Stark and Obadiah Stane in Iron Man issue 200. Boldly sporting new colors, this version of the suit was worn during Stark’s days as a West Coast Avenger and during the first “Armor Wars” storyline.