No need to hit the gym: this strength-boosting exoskeleton provides up to 40 pounds of lifting power to any wearer.
Taking a cue from science fiction, a Greek teenager set out to make an exoskeleton glove that could help his grandmother.
It took Claire Lomas 16 days to 'run' the London marathon, but that's still a remarkable feat when you consider that she's paralyzed from the waist down.
If you have dreamed of one day having a real Iron Man style suit to endow you with superhuman strength, the wait may not be too much longer.
Repetitive stress injuries, or RSI's, are no joke. If you spend your days doing one motion over and over again, be it swinging a hammer or typing at a keyboard (gulp), you're at risk. The simplest solution? A robotic exoskeleton arm, of course.
Cyberdyne brought their powered lower-body robotic exoskeleton 'HAL' to CES this year, and for the first time, they let an American put it on. That American happened to be me, and for about ten minutes, I was Ironman.
For people paralyzed from the waist down, this is a dream come true: a new exoskeleton that will allow them to walk again. That's just what eLEGS promise to do.
Hey kids! if you want to make every other kid's Halloween costume look kind of lame this year, I would suggest this awesome exoskeleton suit from Sakakibara Kikai of Japan.
Want an elaborate costume for this upcoming Halloween? A huge, really elaborate one? Well, Instructables user alexthemoviegeek has just the thing: a faithful recreation of the massive Power Loader exoskeleton from the movie Aliens.
Looking for a last-minute costume idea? This amazing exoskeleton costume ain't it. I mean, let's face it: it's far to impressive and labor-intensive for you. It's best for just admiring from afar. Built by Mario Caicedo Langer, it's definitely one...