The ability to
transform into or have a physical body made up of digital data. Sub-power of Bionic Physiology. Variation of Program Physiology. Technique of Data Manipulation
Artificial Intelligence Mimicry/Physiology
User, or in other cases a
technopath's mind, either is or can transform into electronic data (Software Programs/Cyber Data/Digital Memory/Electronic Bits of Information, etc.), allowing them to interact with objects such as machines, robots, computers and other devices such as cars, phones, refrigerators or any other object that runs on electricity.
While in this form the user can travel through cyberspace, enabling them to access any device connected and enter its mainframe, some users even utilizing this to take over power supercomputers from the inside.
Technology Manipulation may be able to eliminate the Digital Form of the user which may result in death.
A person with Electrical Manipulation or Magnetism Manipulation can destroy the user's Digital Form.
User's Digital Form can be negated with another advanced technology.
Risks attack from electromagnetic pulse while in digital form.
User's form can be trapped and contained in a setting where information is stored such as a computer drive or a potent subconscious
Can be a problem if someone is taken from the modern world, i.e. taken to where computer and gadgets aren't around.
May need practice to change back
Weak against Data Absorption.
The Composer (Halo 4) digitized humans to create Prometheans.
RepliCarter (Stargate SG-1) turns her hand into a sword and kills her target after gaining the target's information.
Brainiac's (DC Comics) digital form is inside a created robotic body
Brainiac/Lex Luthor fusion (Justice League Unlimited) can assimilate nano-technology and plots to digitize the entire universe
Nicolai Technus (Danny Phantom)
MegaMan.EXE (Mega Man Battle Network)
Hank Henshaw's (DC Comics) mind exists as a computer A.I.; as long as there is technology, he cannot truly die.
The D-Reaper (Digimon Tamers)
After being accidentally scanned into the Internet, Moloch the Corruptor (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) created a robotic body for himself.
Alpha (Ben 10-Generator Rex: Heroes United)
Viral (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; 2003 TV series)
Cyber Shredder (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
The Kintobor Computer (Sonic the Comic)
Nicole the Holo-Lynx (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
A.D.A.M., a sentient computer virus created by Dr. Robotnik (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Gameboy (Captain N: The Game Master)
The Hostile Program (Kingdom Hearts II)
The Red Queen (Resident Evil)
An AI clone of Colonel Campbell (Metal Gear), just one of many of the Patriots' AIs.
Hatchiyack (Dragon Ball Z), a living supercomputer.
An example of a Mii (Nintendo).
Digimon is short for 'Digital Monster'.
Shelke Rui (Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-) can enter the Worldwide Network of Gaia via a "Synaptic Net Dive."
Nessa (Fractale) is one half of the key to Fractal, as such, she is a unique doppel that can be physically interacted with
.GIFfany (Gravity Falls) is a living, homicidal video-game character capable of infecting electronic objects.
Modeus (Irredeemable) managed to convert his body into electronic bits/packets of information to transfer himself into the minds of others.
As a humanoid interface, Yuki Nagato (Haruhi Suzumiya) is composed of data.
Helix (Valiant Entertainment) is a machine/binary code hybrid alien member of the armor hunters.
Lord Vyce (Atop the Fourth Wall) became pure data to escape his inter-demensional exile, which also allows him to transfer his consciousness into all forms of machinery.
After his physical death, Akihiko Kayaba (Sword Art Online) uploaded his mind onto the Internet.