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The power to interface with computers, data, internet, and worldwide webs. Sub-power of Computer Manipulation. Variation of Interaction.

Also Called

  • Brain-Computer Interfacing
  • Computer Interfacing
  • Cyber Access (Terminator Series)
  • Electronic Interaction


The user is able to interface with computers and IT networks, allowing them to download and gather information.



  • Biomechatronitology: become a living mass of etiological IT matter.
  • Bionic Physiology: bionics need to be monitored and maintained through computer interface.
  • Biorgamechanics: combine cutting edge microtech with self-evolving programmable genetics.
  • Bio-Tech Manipulation: bio-organic technology controlled by a physiological link-up.
  • Cyber Mind: individuals with a natural wi-fi link up with most systems can easily sync with any computer.
  • Mechagenoform: a perfect unison of consciousness, organic/inorganic and machinery to create the ultimate super computer.
  • Micro-Tech Manipulation: composed of microscopic computers.
  • Nanite Mimicry: become a living hive computer composed of multitudinous nanomachines.
  • Orgamech Form: techno-organic merging and interface enabling the digitization of transorganic elements.
  • Organite Physiology: take on the form of a trillion trillion interfacing bio-mac's that can subsume any systematic terminal.
  • Technology Manipulation: computers are often used to operate most all forms of technology.
  • Technomorphism: blend completely with computers at a biomolecular level.



  • Can't use this when there is no computers nor technology to use it on.
  • Needs technology to gather information.
  • Users of Hacking Intuition might counter this ability.

Known Users

  • Brick Baxter/Cyber Shadow (The Young Guardians)
  • Nimrod (Marvel Comics)
  • Karima Shapandar (Marvel Comics)
  • Arkea (Marvel Comics)
  • Vision (Marvel Comics)
  • Ultron (Marvel Comics)
  • Adam (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Danielle Foccart/Computo (DC Comics)
  • Cyborg (DC Comics)
  • Andromon (Digimon)
  • Rev-9 (Terminator: Dark Fate)
  • T-X (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines)
  • Grace Harper (Terminator: Dark Fate)
  • Dr. M (Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves)
  • Erek King (Animorphs)
  • Hard Drive (Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron)
  • Rex Salazar (Generator Rex); as part of his Technopathy
  • X.A.N.A. (Code Lyoko)
  • Aelita (CODE LYOKO); using her Creativity ability on Earth
  • Nicole the Holo-Lynx (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • A.D.A.M. (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Jarak (DWP)
  • Captain Atom (DC Comics)
  • Isaac (The Orville)
  • Tina Cassidy/Mainframe (C.O.P.S.)
  • RoboCop (RoboCop)
  • Cy-Gor (Image Comics)
  • Motoko Kusanagi (Ghost in the Shell)
  • Takuya Saotome (Hand Maid May)
  • Will Vandom (W.I.T.C.H.)
  • Gary Bell (Alphas)
  • Moloch the Corruptor (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • Jake the Dog (Adventure Time); as seen in the Beta
  • Alpha (Ben 10/Generator Rex: Heroes United)
  • Brainiac (DC Comics)
  • Chisame Hasegawa (Mahou Sensei Negima)
  • Cyborg Superman (DC Comics)
  • Data (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
  • Victor Mancha (Marvel Comics)
  • Jake Cardigan (TekWorld)
  • Deathlok (Marvel Comics)
  • Nova (Marvel Comics)
  • C-3PO (Star Wars)
  • Cable (Marvel Comics)
  • MegaMan.EXE (Mega Man Battle Network)
  • Net Navis (Mega Man Battle Network)
  • IR (Corrector Yui)
  • Fixit (Teen Titans)
  • Computo (Marvel Comics)
  • Technarx (Marvel Comics)
  • Melfina (Outlaw Star)
  • Harry MacDougall (Outlaw Star); after upgrade
  • Red Pills (The Matrix)
  • SCP-191 - Cyborg Child (SCP Foundation)
  • Bruno Epstein (Los Unicos)
  • Micah Sanders (Heroes)
  • Sakurazaka Fuuga (A Certain Magical and Scientific Ensemble - PSP Game)
  • R2-D2 (Star Wars)
  • Astromech droids (Star Wars)
  • Aiden Pearce (Watch Dogs), via smartphone and ctOS
  • Peridot (Steven Universe)
  • Monica Green (Witch Girls)
  • Hermit (Edens Zero)
  • Nathan Summers/Cable (X-Men Movies)