Motorized Pants to Help Soldiers and Stroke Victims A soft, lightweight exoskeleton developed at Harvard applies assistive force without interfering with a person’s normal gait. A Soft Exoskeleton Uses Far Less Energy
They are made of steel and add 14 inches of height to the wearer. But these are not ordinary stilts; they give a person the uncanny and graceful appearance of an animal. The movement of the legs is genuinely
The "Exo-Prosthetic" created by William Root, is a printed artificial leg made from laser-sintered titanium, which uses a scan of the wearer's truncated limb for fit, and a scan of the intact limb for form.
FUTURE - This futuristic digital mask would emulate the smell, sound and the quality of air for that wonderful fresh experience and also the facial expressions of the user can be detected. (Tuvie - Futuristic Technology, dude this is freakin awesome
James Bond-like telescopic contact lens lets you zoom in on the world
Haptic technologies are big business these days, and joining that burgeoning scene is a team of researchers from Bristol University, who've found a way to create "three-dimensional haptic shapes in mid-air using focused ultrasound
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Electrolux Fireplace by Camillo Vanacore. Electrolux Fireplace by Camillo Vanacore. The portable ceramic fireplace goes from opaque to translucent as it warms up and then becomes opaque once more as it cools down. Alas, it is only conceptual at this time.
Footwork - As arms are not designed to carry the human weight, the usage of crutches is often strenous and painful. As such, the design adopts a hands-free interface, which allows the user to walk wit.
AATF - Next up in robot suits for the paralyzed: Mind control? Researchers are looking to push robotic exoskeletons into the realm of thought control, eliminating the need for hand controls and reaching those unable to use their upper bodies.