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Exoskeleton Suits

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byeong choi

on 12 October 2015

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Transcript of Exoskeleton Suits

Purposes in modern society
At the momenent The exoskeleton suits are currently being used by soldiers, Construction worker, and disables to support or assist the users body.
Disables were able to walk with ReWalk and Ekso Biontics. Faster rehad process by exoskeleton suits. soldiers and construction workers decrease in minor injuries such as back, strained muscle, teared muscle, etc.

NASA using exoskeleton suits for deep space mission.
Rescue exoskeleton suits for hazard places.
Withstanding Extream dangers.
Soldier with full protect exoskeleton suits on field.
Mecical treatment on field.
Reserach Question
What is an exoskeleton suit and how is it affecting our lives?
Problems with exoskeleton suits
Power supply
The suit supporting weights
No extra protection
Over heating
Exoskeleton Suits
Real Life Iron man

A powered exoskeleton, also known as powered armor, exoframe, or exosuit, is a mobile machine consisting primarily of an outer framework (akin to an insect's exoskeleton) worn by a person, and powered by a system of motors, hydraulics or Pneumatics that delivers at least part of the energy for limb movement.
Exoskeleton suit effect on our lives
Research Question: What is an exoskeleton suit and how is it affecting our lives?
Tony Stark
"Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist."
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