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Thursday, July 10, 2014

FRS-XX ready to debut...

After much work and dedication to getting the FRS-XX ready to be fully revealed, we're ready to start showing you some more close up details of this amazing machine. In doing so we also redesigned the driver suit and VR display helmet. Since the vehicle has no windows, all control is viewed through the helmet display. This keeps the weight and complexity of the vehicle down by not having large onboard screens and allows full unobstructed views to the driver. More to come!

Thursday, May 8, 2014

May the 4th be with you, Star Wars Legion Project!

I had the pleasure of creating a helmet for the Star Wars Legion project. Over 250 small helmets were given out for artists to do what ever they wanted. Some amazing stuff! Here's the JAEGERTECH entry, "Imperial Racing". Made from parts of a motorcycle model, I made this to be a cool cafe racer / racing helmet. I even used part of the packaging for the visor top and goggles.
Be sure to check out the rest of the show in LA, or at some of these sites:

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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Ayrton Senna would be 54...

Had he not died 20 years ago, Ayrton, the 3 time World Campion F1 driver, would've been 54 this Friday, March 21st.
So we at JAEGERTECH would like to celebrate by bringing out our Senna tribute FRS-XX mech once more.
   

Sunday, March 16, 2014

FRS-XX dressed in black

Doing test runs in an empty warehouse prepping for the 1st annual MechFest in Essen.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Rough teaser clip

Tests for an upcoming teaser/promo for JAEGERTECH and Nuthin but Mech Vol2!
Again, this is a rough work progress...
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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

CRS-XX??

Here's a tease of some possible things to come from Jaegertech Automotive Groupe. Using the main chasis from the new FRS-XX mech, we grafted on wheels in place of the the legs and dropped the driver into a central location. This is just a crude test bed, but the wheeled division has taken an interest in further studies in this direction. So stay tuned for more!