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Exoskeleton for Soldier Enhancement Systems Feasibility Study
ORNL/TM-2000/256. Exoskeleton for Soldier Enhancement Systems. Feasibility Study.
HULC™ Exoskeletons Augment Strength and Endurance
body leading to potential injuries. With a HULC exoskeleton, these loads are transfered to the ground through powered titanium legs without loss of mobility.
Upper-Limb Powered Exoskeleton Design
The Insect (Arthropod) Exoskeleton
Design of a Quasi-Passive Parallel Leg Exoskeleton to Augment

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Honolulu rehab hospital patients to try exoskeleton said to help people in
AP HONOLULU — The Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific is one of 10 institutions in the country participating in trials of a wearable exoskeleton that enables wheelchair users to stand and walk.
Changing lives one step at a time
It has partnered with Berkeley Bionics to conduct trials on eLEGS Pro, a wearable, battery-powered exoskeleton that allows wheelchair users to stand and walk.
Military strives to lighten the load of comms gear
Although body armor claims the lion's share of the bulk, the ballistic exoskeleton is far from the only necessity added on to the soldier's growing gear list.
Iron Man-Like Exoskeleton Nears Production
A real-life version of the famed robotic exoskeleton is a "mere" five years from production. By now, with films like Iron Man, its sequel, and Avatar, Hollywood has made us thoroughly familiar with the idea of the robotic exoskeleton.
Captain America 2 Screenwriter Wants MODOK as Main Villian!
Not only that, he wants to cast Peter Dinklage in the role of this man whose head grew so large for his body that he can only get around in an exoskeleton and armed hoverchair.

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Exoskeleton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An exoskeleton is the external skeleton that supports and protects an animal's body, in contrast to the internal skeleton (endoskeleton) of, for example a human.
Powered exoskeleton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Berkeley Bionics Human Exoskeleton - YouTube
Mar 24, 2008 Berkeley Bionics™, designs and manufactures lower extremity exoskeletons to augment human strength and endurance during locomotion.
Exoskeleton suit for wheelchair users: reviews and information about the leading exoskeleton suits for wheelchair users.
HowStuffWorks "How Exoskeletons Will Work"
Exoskeletons will allow soldiers to run faster, carry heavier weapons and leap over large obstacles. Learn how these robotic suits will work.

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