Hercule exoskeleton can help a regular human carry up to 220 pounds
Massive potential for disabled people in exoskeleton technology.
The Berkeley, Calif., warehouse is the home of Ekso Bionics (formerly known as Berkeley Bionics), a young company that's about to step out onto the world stage. Early this year the company will begin selling its Ekso suit to rehab clinics in the United States and Europe, to allow patients with spinal cord injuries to train with the device under a doctor's supervision. By the middle of 2012, the company plans to have a model for at-home physical therapy.
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Ekso by Berkeley Bionics...now in use at Craig Hospital's PEAK Wellenss Center
Ekso Bionics' exoskeleton used to let paraplegics walk (video)
Would love to see this @ Dodd Hall! Ekso Bionics' exoskeleton used to let paraplegics walk (video)
You know some kid with a jump rope would just run around it and bring you down.