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 Posted: Jun 22 2012, 10:14 AM
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Here you will find information on the technology that is available for use on Interitus. First, we have the technology brought with and created by Adveni, and then information on the availability of existing human technology.

If you would like to input an idea on a piece of Adveni technology, please contact the staff, we can go through the idea, and if it is viable for the site, add it to this topic for all members to use.

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NSILOQ LASER
Looks something like this

A Nsiloq laser, which looks like a rather large pen, is a dangerous and powerful tool. Capable of searing through skin, it has many different settings, some for branding, and some purely pain inducing. Adveni training in administering Nsiloq marks are known as Nsiqo.

Normal Setting: How an Adveni would receive a Red or Blue Nsiloq. It is kept on this setting to create the design, and then the Nsiqo must complete the design again for the markings to turn from their original red scar like tissue, to the blue design.

Higher Setting: An Adveni must have the design completed a third time on the higher setting for the Nsiloq to gain a green colour. This setting is excruciatingly painful, and few get all the way through the design.

Invisible Setting: Over the years, Nsiloq lasers have been redesigned to include what is commonly known as the invisible setting, most often used for torture. Searing skin with the same amount of pain as the normal setting of the laser, it leaves no visible marks on the skin.

Without proper care with ointments after the administration of a Nsiloq laser (on any setting,) irritation to the area can cause the flesh to burn like it is under the laser again.


DYSTA TRACKER
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The Cinystalq (Translation: human servent collar,) is mostly fashioned as a bracelet or anklet and can be found in a number of different styles to suit the Drysta in question. Not only does the Cinystalq allow an Adveni owner to track their slave, but also to administer an electrical current shock if they so choose.

Once a Cinystalq is attached, it is virtually impossible for a slave to remove it. The only method of removal (barring amputation) is to damage the tracking mechanism with a powerful magnet and then defuse the device much like a bomb, as simply breaking it will release an electrical current no human can survive.

Cinystalq are expensive, and therefore not all Drysta are forced to wear one.



GNOTVIR HAND TOOL
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A Gnotvir, or a 'driver' as it is referred to on Earth, is not much more than a fancy electric screwdriver. Used mostly by mechanics, engineers, and technology creators, it has many functions, controlled by a small panel on the side that allows the user to switch between the different uses.

As well as having all the normal tools used by people in the trade, it also has a laser embedded, able to cut through metal.



TSENTYL HAND HELD COMMUNICATIONS DEVICE
Looks very much like a tablet computer, only smaller.

A Tsentyl is a hand held communications device much like a tablet computer on Earth. Measuring roughly 5x7inches when opened up and the thickness of 1/4inch, the Tsentyl is able to be folded down to a 1x1x1.5inch cube that can be carried around in the pocket or bag.

The main function of a Tsentyl is to receive orders and information remotely, messages coming through in text, image and video form. Very much like a cellular smart telephone, the Tsentyl can also be used for face to face remote link video communication.

The Tsentyl is often used as a personal communications device, but each is able to be protected from a central location to provide private and secure communication between soldiers and their superiors while on missions.

Able to send messages across planets through the rebounding of strategically placed satellites, any Adveni who was send to infiltrate Human life before the invasion would have been given a highly secured Tsentyl to communicate back information to Ovtenlaist.

When in cube form, the Tsentyl will glow or beep (depending on settings) when a message is delivered to it. The cube is opened by pressing one’s thumb to the end. The Tsentyl reads thumb print and opens only for its owner.

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Here we have the information on existing human technology and their availability.

Communications

Cell/Mobile Phones
The telephone networks were taken over by the Adveni, using these networks for their own forms of communications (these have not been fully described.) though a number of Adveni still use cell phones for the ease and availability, as some Adveni Technology can be quite expensive. Humans have been known to tap back in to the networks to get cell/mobile phones to work, but it requires someone with technical knowledge, and is a risky move, as if an Adveni discovers the tap, they can easily hack the phones.

Internet
Like with mobile phones, the Adveni took control of the systems used to send the information. Some people will still be able to hack their way on to the networks, but it's incredibly dangerous and not advisable.

Please be aware that a computer is an incredibly draining electricity source. Not only would a human need to hack onto the networks, but they would need to jimmy their way onto a power source too, and as most people need to keep a fridge running a lot more than a computer, computers within the human community are very rare.


Television
No. Television is a luxury that could no longer be afforded when jobs were taken away. Without people paying to watch, there is no money to make the tv shows.
Some people do still have a television set and the ability to watch DVDs, but you need to be able to jerry rig a stable connection to electricity.

Radio
Yes, there is still radio stations. Kept up and running by the Adveni powers, there is a news specific Adveni radio channel (unnamed as of yet.)
Humans also pirate broadcast, playing music, giving announcements, and even blasting the Adveni over the airwaves if they're brave enough. Look out for public announcements over the waves in our Communications forum under 'Broadcasts'.

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