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This DIY exoskeleton is so freaking awesome (and green!)
posted March 8 2011 21:23.13 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Skeletonics, this is the name of this project that was presented by two students. This amazing exoskeleton uses only mechanical parts and needs of no extra means of powering whatsoever, it only takes advantage of human power, and this is exactly why i like it most. It is designed to extend the movement of arms and legs using specially designed levers, and it took some 6 months to complete. Finally, there are some hidden gadgets behind those plastic covers on the arms that you need to take into account prior assault!



[Via: popsci]    [Link: dannychoo]
Tags: robot   physics   diy   mechanical   exoskeleton   crazy designs   geometry/mathematics   
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