A MODULAR SELF STRUCTURING AND COMPUTING SYSTEM
Abstract : A modular self-structuring computing system includes a matrix formed of a plurality of modules. Each module has a set of connecting legs, a set of connecting plates, an internal computer system and an internal power system. Preferably, a center housing is provided with six extending legs having connecting plates on the end of each leg. The housing, or core, supports the legs in a pivotal manner and includes compartments for energy cells and a computer processor. Groups of elements may be formed into a matrix type structure and by directing various modules to move or pivot their legs, the overall structure can move to change its shape and/or size.