Hyundai’s Ironman

Hyundai’s Ironman
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South Korean automaker Hyundai has unveiled a prototype of new robotic exoskeleton. In a blog post the company compares its \"wearable robot\" prototype to an Iron Man suit, stating that it gives the wearer extra strength, nearing man to lift objects with superhuman strength.

South Korean automaker Hyundai has unveiled a prototype of new robotic exoskeleton. In a blog post the company compares its "wearable robot" prototype to an Iron Man suit, stating that it gives the wearer extra strength, nearing man to lift objects with superhuman strength. Given the design, it is far from looking like an Iron Man suit, as even Mark I version looked nothing like the one Hyundai is producing.

For all the efforts, we wouldn’t mind comparing it to the exo suit, Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt sported in the Sci-fi flick ‘Edge of Tomorrow’. The company says the suit will give the wearer extra strength, allowing them to lift objects “hundreds of kilograms” in weight. In addition to superhero-like strength, the exoskeleton has more practical applications. The exoskeleton could be used in factories, by the military (see what you did there), or to help with physical rehabilitation.

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