NASA Exoskeleton is the closes to a real-life Ironman suit
The genius trio of NASA, The Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition and Oceaneering Space Systems have come together to make the exquisite X1 Robotic Exoskeleton suit. This suit is an attempt to bring super hero Ironman’s technological qualities to life. One of the unique features of X1 is that it focuses on enhancing the performance of the lower body. It can be used in training astronauts. X1 is also built with a purpose of assisting paraplegics and others with lower body injuries.
This 57-pound extravaganza is polished like a typical Ironman suit along with helping one stay grounded with the super power minus the propulsion feet. Exoskeletons are indeed taking shape more now than ever.