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AJAX is a wearable exoskeleton that gives you superhero-like powers

These high school students built an Iron Man-inspired exosuit that can lift up to 400 pounds.

Growing up, the idea of having special powers like your favorite superheroes surely crossed your mind. 426 more words

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I Can't Feel Beneath My Weird, Painful Exoskeleton (semi-disembodied)


(not sure where this post fits) I feel more like an invertebrate than a human. First, I ve made progress in the area of living somewhere closer to my own body. 82 more words

Spring Loaded Legs

The robotic exoskeleton is an exciting solution for augmenting many of the physical limits of the human body; however, we have a long way to go before a practical application is seen in the consumer market. 199 more words

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Watch a real exoskeleton at work!

Sci-fi movie buffs will be familiar with this scene from the movie Aliens 2 where the heroine uses an exoskeleton to try to save a child from the baddie. 237 more words

Nano 2012 Excerpts

Matt Bowes reblogged this on Author Matt Bowes and the Dog's Breakfast and commented:

Robot suits/exoskeletons! Meeka's Mind provides a look at a real exoskeleton being used in Japan in hospitals for rehabilitation, with the idea it can also be used to assist users in carrying heavy loads as well. This is neat.

Watch a real exoskeleton at work!

Sci-fi movie buffs will be familiar with this scene from the movie Aliens 2 where the heroine uses an exoskeleton to try to save a child from the baddie. 237 more words

Nano 2012 Excerpts

Butterflies and Spiders and Crabs, Oh My!

Consisting mostly of bugs – the phylum Arthropoda is the blanket category for many of the animals crawling in the sand and insects flying into our faces. 64 more words

Animals

ON ASSIGNMENT: FORBES MAGAZINE

I’m thrilled to share some selections with you from my latest assignment for the always fantastic to work with Forbes Magazine. This time they sent me to Cleveland Ohio to create portraits for a story on… 325 more words

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