Digital Culture –| 2008

electronic art, technology and culture

Incredible Cyborg Technology!!

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Here is an incredible cyborg robot technogy. I’m thinking to use this kind of technology in my sci-fi essay. A human is wearing a robot suit which can expand and improve physical capability five times stronger!! It is made by Cyberdine. The wearer does not feel heavy at all. Surprisingly,  HAL can even work in the snow at 4000 meters height!!

Application field of HAL is expected rehabilitation and physical training support, heavy work support(e.g., factory), rescue activity in disaster site and so on.  For example,  HAL is used by people with weakened muscles and by some people with disabilities due to stroke and/or spinal cord injury. The latest battery runs for 5 hours under normal activities.

Watch this video!!

Written by hideyukidesign

September 23, 2008 at 1:19 pm

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  1. Incredible! I wonder how soon it can be freely commercialise?

    This is great – combining with AI driven vehicles, now anybody can be kamen rider!

    This really is a technowear 🙂


    September 24, 2008 at 2:54 am

  2. I actually thinking to use this kind of technology for my assignment.
    I tottally agree with you. Someone can be a Kamen Rider in near future!!


    September 25, 2008 at 2:49 am

  3. I believe the possibilities are limitless and going to be phenomenal. I imagine such device can be used for astronaut on space mission (or on other planet)… It also make possible for the disables to have same (if not better) physical ability compared to the normals.

    Imagine if this device is very popular in the future. All human use this kind of devices from generation to generation and so on… finally, human is evolving to become a immobile creature (because they have rely so much on this machine for generations). One day, there is a trouble at Large Hadron Collider reactor, its exploded and created a mega EMP-blast that affect all of these devices all around the world… just imagine what will happened next…


    September 29, 2008 at 9:04 am

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