The engineers at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) have developed a mobility-minded exoskeleton specifically for children. Even though its main purpose is to help disabled kids move around, some experts believe that the device has the ability to act as a life-saving device.
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Could we just give NASA a thank you and a handshake for things like memory foam and water filters, but they’re not quite done innovating yet. It’s wonderful that NASA brings a good number of their technology used by astronauts back down to us mere, puny mortals (i.e.,astronauts = EPIC). This time, they’re creating something even more awesome and amazing: powered exoskeleton pants. Continue reading “Behold NASA’s Robot Space Pants “Fashion Line””