Six months from now, models equipped with accessories like beam cannons and launchers that fire tons of missiles at once in corkscrewing trajectories will be available.
ok, so what? what am i missing here. they don't seem to DO anything.
If nothing else, they made the woman's ass look fantastic.
They allow you to walk as if you just pooed your pants.
The name of the corporation that makes these is Cyberdyne.
I didn't even register the HAL thing at first.
But yes I smell the faint musky odor of desperate marketing.
In our own curiously short-sighted way, we pictured the cyborg murderbots of Tomorrow as all stainless steel plates and gleaming pistons. Instead, imagine a Wii-mote, stomping on a human face, forever.
Damn, I should have read your comment more thoroughly before throwing away my stars on the video.
I love these because they look uncomfortable, awkward, overpriced, and fashionably embarrassing. Japan now seems a little closer to how we do technology at home.
I keep expecting a panel to pop off of one randomly.
so from your tag, if I'm stone drunk, these will walk me home?
It is the 21st century! Where are my FLYING lower-body exoskeletons, HUH?
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I want one, and I want it NOW!
-1 because while they give that woman more power they don't seem to be able to correct the pigeon toe walk Japanese women all seem to have
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I didn't understand what these were for until I saw the trees trapped in steel pipe at 0:50. The point isn't to enhance walking, the point is Japan wants to encage every living object in the world!
$2300 is a bit much of an asking price, considering all this thing does is make you look like you were recently ass raped when you walk around.
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