An engineering team wants to build huge, paintball-flinging exoskeletons suitable for tournaments. Continue reading
We love the future and all it has to offer, but we nod to the past for leading us here. This week in Tasty Tech, we look forward and back.
South Korean shipbuilder is the first to deploy large-scale industrial exoskeleton project. Continue reading â†’
Cyberdyne has allied with Kawasaki to explore ways to expand real-life applications of robotic exoskeletons.
Brazilian doctor Miguel Nicolelis has led a team of 156 scientists from around the world to create the futuristic exoskeleton.
These robotic limbs are designed to augment the number of limbs you have already.
A prototype of the TALOS exoskeleton will be available later this month.
Proposed design would help firefighters carry up to 200 pounds of extra weight without impeding movement. Continue reading â†’
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