we flip the switch and toggle off auto-mode. this click is always a satisfying click tremor. our hands are equipped with the crimson power gloves. they always get a little warm and a fine film of secretion bonds our skin to the fabric. the grit of the control levers and manipulators is on a low setting. through the gloves we are trying to have the device we are holding have a toothy stickiness and isn't totally smooth. we think we will like this.
the vibrations increase and the seat shudders. the machine start up noise plings and we load up the program disk. it is still like we had it set up before and here we can immediately slide over and start to flip through the index of sensory tabs. there is a little delay to the screen flips but our headgear here is the rare helmet we found a long time ago that we still want to switch out yet have not gotten anything better. it looks nice with a golden plate on either temple with ornament casing. it also fits very well. it fits us so well, even our head. we saw we have a matched fitted shape custom lining cap matching to the split jaw and visor of the helm. it is a good helmet and we will keep it but we have a plan to look for a better one next time we are back down but that will not be for a while.
we switch quickly between the readouts on the sensory tabs that phase into our sight.
there's a lot.
we are looking for the photon wind reading. it has nice colors that we can look at while we think about other things. There are many different screens to look through that are fed from our sensor array as well as the local public service. We have a subscription that includes this package.
Damn this one moment.