exoskeleton

Raytheon Company – Raytheon Unveils 2nd Generation Exoskeleton Robotic Suit

On September 23, 2010, Clark Gregg — the actor known for his recurring role as Agent Phil Coulson in Marvel Studios’ Iron Man movies — visited the Raytheon Sarcos research lab in Salt Lake City, Utah, for the unveiling of the company’s wearable XOS 2 robotics suit. More information: rtn.co Note: This is a user

eLegs Gives Paralyzed Woman Her Legs Back

eLEGS is a unique exoskeleton for general consumers designed to allow wheelchair-bound folks to walk. The product, based on some early work at the Berkeley Robotics and Human Engineering lab. In this video, a nearly paralyzed young woman walks again after 18 years. The company, BerkeleyBionics, is holding a press conference today at 10:30am PST

REX Robotic Legs, an Alternative to Wheelchair

Good news for wheelchair users. The robotic legs successfully developed to help users to get up and walk again with both feet. Even able to go up and down the stairs. Robot leg from New Zealand was named Rex. The robot, will be attached to the side legs to support the user’s body. From her

Inflatable Exoskeleton Opens New Possibilities for Paralyzed

This cute, brightly colored inflatable exoskeleton prototype runs on compressed air and looks more like high-end ski gear than an assistive device:

Exoskeletons-A fiction no more!!

Those of you who have played the amazing computer game “crysis”  must be fascinated  by the bionic suits worn by the game character(maximum speed,maximum power,maximum strength…..remember??). The good(or the bad) news is that bionic suits are no more a fiction.Researchers at Sarcos inc, an American defense contractor, is developing exoskeleton technology for the military. The