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Desc:Toyota makes commercials with cats, honda is turning its factory workers into cyborgs
Category:Science & Technology, Religious
Tags:honda, prototype, cyborg, exoskeleton, walking assist device
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Comment count is 11
"It also stimulates, invigorates, and penetrates!"
I know this will eventually be really helpful for disabled people, but just like the scooter; in the end it will mostly be used by fat people.
I'm betting the seat design will have to change to accommodate that market. Otherwise it'll be like seeing a bunch of fat people on bikes without seats

j lzrd / swift idiot
With a set of these, I'd have the confidence to become a life guard!
With GPS these would notch the awesomeness factor up +10
space marines here we come
One of the potential "issues we encounter during testing:"
With subject wearing the device, a hardware error forces the machine's legs to full extension. The hips would give out first, grinding and popping, but at least you're 5 inches taller.

I'm sure the power these can put out isn't nearly strong enough to do that, but a guy can dream.
This is just another FAD: Fatty Assistive Device.
It's the prototype for The Wrong Trousers!
How long until we get full powered armor already? I want to put "Search and Destroy" by Iggy and the Stooges on endless repeat and run around blowing shit up as soon as possible.
Jack Cooper
I would like to see this modeled by a person who actually had a disability rather than a factory worker for 5 seconds or a showman from the Honda company.
But stars for the invention.
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