exoskeletons

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Will Exoskeletons Give Us Superpowers?

All the strength of a body builder, with none of the body oil. We test out the latest bionic enhancements in the first episode of FLUX.
Theo Gibson
1.18.18
they see me rollin

Watch As These Exoskeletons Auto-Adjust To People’s Steps

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon created an algorithm that lets the exoskeleton evolve midstep.
Kaleigh Rogers
6.22.17
videos

Watch the Highlights of the Most Futuristic Version of the Olympics

The Cybathlon is where athletes with disabilities use robotics to compete.
Madison Margolin
12.21.16
Health

This Robotic Suit Wants to Make Your Grandparents Superpowered

Superflex, a new startup founded out of the same company that made Siri and a DARPA program, wants to bring 'powered clothing' to elderly people in 2018.
Samantha Cole
12.20.16
Canada

A New Device Harvests Energy From Your Body as You Walk and Swing Your Arms

It could power prosthetics and wearable devices in the future.
Paul Tadich
6.17.16
Health

Review Board Rules Health Insurance Must Cover Robotic Exoskeletons

They're expensive, but "medically necessary."
Rachel Pick
2.16.16
Culture

Robot Exoskeletons Are Coming to Japan's Airports

Soon there'll be no excuse to retire.
Emiko Jozuka
7.3.15
Sports

Superhuman Sports: The Japanese Society Turning Athletics into a Video Game

A group of researchers, games developers, and athletes want to enhance human sporting abilities with virtual reality and exoskeletons.
Emiko Jozuka
6.16.15
Goodbye Meatbags

Is the human body becoming obsolete?

An inquiry about technology replacing human bodies and flesh.
Adrianne Jeffries
4.13.15
Culture

Fix Discriminatory Attitudes and Broken Sidewalks, Not Humans

This piece is a rebuttal to Zoltan Istvan's editorial about broken sidewalks in Los Angeles.
Emily Ladau
4.8.15
Culture

​In the Transhumanist Age, We Should Be Repairing Disabilities, Not Sidewalks

Where we're going, we don't need sidewalks.
Zoltan Istvan
4.3.15
machines

This Spring-Powered Exoskeleton Improves Inefficient Human Walking

Springs are lighter and less power-hungry than motors.
Jordan Pearson
4.1.15
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