I don't drive because I prefer the freedom of walking! :up:. (that's my story and I'm sticking to it! :p)
So this may well be the 'vehicle' for me! :yes:.
Anyone willing to sponsor? :whistle:. …
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And of course, whatever the Americans and Isrealis can do, The Japanese can do better! :p:hat:.
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Leave it to the Japanese to make it look cool :pThat's interesting, I've not heard of these.:)
Originally posted by Hermitess:
Exactly! :lol:.(and that clip looks older than the others too :p)
First video (2:15):"Exoskeleton can fit in a small box" 😆 😆 😆
Thanks for the interesting post, Aadil. To me the second one looks most realistic and has a better cost-benefit ratio. Neither the first or the last (if that is really real :p) would work for those totally paraplegic, would it? I couldn't help thinking about this when I saw the header "Japanese Exoskeleton" :p
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yesterday , after long and hard day i had my lunch and sat down unwilling to do anything , I imagined that the sink came to me and i cleaned my teeth , I think this idea is more practical that skeleton will take me to the sink 😆
It's not quite meant for that but if you have the money to be lazy then I suppose you could use it that way. :D.
I don't like driving either – but I prefer to be like Miss Daisy and have someone drive my lazy ass around.
Well, I have my chauffeur as well. :whistle:. But he get's kinda expensive sometimes. :p.
Just saw this article in local newspaper site.
Rex Bionics info: http://www.rexbionics.com/ Pretty cool to find a local business is making such a coll stuff. :yes: 😎
Anything is better than a wheelchair. :sherlock:
Originally posted by qlue:
It was on TV news, too. Looked heavy and bit awkward, but also quite stable. The guy seemed having to work hard to get it moving right. The developer said you'd need 40 hours of training and you'd be good to go … to your daughter's wedding, I guess. :p
:yes:. We're getting closer to the sci-fi world. :up:.Now that's at least not as freaky as the 'robot' on Mik's blog. :insane:.
give it time and the exoskeleton will become an endoskeleton. :yes:.