Second generation exoskeleton. Wearable robot guided by a human brain.
One day in the not-too-distant future, one of these suits will enable us all to have superhuman strength, speed and endurance.
widespread usage of exoskeletal robotics to augment human beings moved a step closer this week when Raytheon demonstrated its second generation Exoskeleton,
XOS 2 enables its wearer to easily lift 200 pounds several hundred times without tiring and repeatedly punch through three inches of wood. Yet, the suit, which was developed for the U.S. Army, is also agile