This Korean exoskeleton will give you super-strength

exoExoskeletons bestowing super-strength on their wearer are a staple of science fiction battle scenes (see Pacific Rim, the Edge of Tomorrow, one of the horrible Matrix sequels etc.), but in the real world killing people from far away with missiles works just fine. A more likely real world use of such technology is this suit being developed by Daewoo for use in its shipyards. The New Scientist reports that they’ve tested a suit capable of running for three hours and, in prototype form, lets you lift 65-pound objects without straining.

The current suit isn’t quite powerful enough to be practical technology but Gilwhoan Chu, who leads Daewoo’s R&D efforts, says they’re trying to get up to a 100 kilogram lifting capacity as their research target.

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Want something cooler than Exoskeletons? Meet the giant Kuratas, real controllable Robots that can shoot at the pilot’s smile.





Fabio Evagelista is a Brazilian writer.

Crossed Paths is the first book of the Myra-Hati trilogy, an epic adventure in a post-apocalyptic world, for the lovers of sci-fi / fantasy genre. This is the author’s first work published in America.





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