Real-Life Iron Man

May 21st, 2009 by

Berkeley Bionics exoskeletons increase wearer’s strength while decreasing their metabolic cost of walking. The company is also attacking the technological barriers to a practical, affordable exoskeleton for civilian and medical applications, particularly to assist patients with neurological or muscular mobility disorders. These powered human exoskeletons would allow their wearers to walk upright without the strain and muscular effort required by today’s unpowered orthotic devices. Found at YouTube.

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