Hybrid Assistive Limb from Cyberdyne

This one could be used for al sorts of jobs and uses.

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+17 1. MakeTnotWar commented 13 years ago

First step in their world domination plan.
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+31 2. BarraMacAnna commented 13 years ago

The T-0.5 :)
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+16 3. Paul1968 commented 13 years ago

anyone got any idea why the japanese are like 200 years in front of the rest of the planet where technology is concerned.
amazing invention, i'm sure if people can afford to pay for it, it will help countless thousands.
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+2 4. orion commented 13 years ago

#3, actually they are not. They just build stuff the others could, but don't bother. It actually isn't that difficult, most japanese robotic solutions could be implemented by a class of 20 physics, engineers and software developers, in half the time it took them to do it. All they have is an initiative and funding.

p.s. Mass production of robot "units" from cyberdyne? The future is coming true...
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+10 5. theHourUndone commented 13 years ago

#4 i don't think its that easy..they are obsessed with what they do, and they are determined they can do it.and having their amazing technology, they just making it happen..
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+1 6. Diana86 commented 13 years ago

wonderful invention ... hopefully in a few years will be accessible to all ;)
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+23 7. sitaauk commented 13 years ago

how about XXXXXXL sizes for Europe and US?
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+4 8. mmmendal commented 13 years ago

Similar suits are made in other places: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-IxnwLTvao.
However I truly like the sexy Japanese style with all the lights and very compact design - not bulky at all unlike other ones.
Also quite a great achievement in making right drivers for detecting the nerve signals. IMHO this is the direction of cybernetic bodies or at least limbs of the future.
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+1 9. pizdalizac commented 13 years ago

#1 and #4 ... no there is not gonna be a world domination of robots, people always think shit like the terminator will happen, its impossible, robots cant think, therefore it wont happen, for example, u wont see these rehabilitation robots out of nowhere just say to themselves "hey, lets start killing humans and make more copies of ourselves", that type of decision requires thought and knowledge, and robots have neither, they are just programmed to a specific function, and they stick to it
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+2 10. armageddon commented 13 years ago

weight lifting support is mindless because man who cant lift up 40kg is NOT a man, but the support for paralized people is very useful
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+6 11. dushan commented 13 years ago

looks like a human being will be just a "ghost in the shell" in the future...
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+2 12. TarasFromLviv commented 13 years ago

#9 The mistake of humans some day I'm afraid will be the gift of thought to the robots. I am truly convinced that some day they will get that sophisticated that they will be able to make up their own mind. But hell...Who knows?
Anyway, I am truly surprised every time I see a new invention from the land of the rising sun :D
They're really really incredible people.
Oh yes, and #4: Americans bother to make robots as well, they just use them for the military applications. Don't whine that anybody can do this, because that's not true.
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+2 13. sbrucecaboose commented 13 years ago

oh my precious terminator movies
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+3 14. huldu commented 13 years ago

It is insanely impressive. Hope they keep up the good work and ideas for the future.
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+2 15. Nuntchakou commented 13 years ago

It is the beginning of TRON !! Seriously, I want to see those suits ''tuned up'' to be used as ''competition'' suits !! I even could do Parkour with that suit !! :)
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+2 16. modder8her commented 13 years ago

Iron Man. Anyone?
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+3 17. zerorain commented 13 years ago

inspired by iron man u think?
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+2 18. Slap_chop_ninja commented 13 years ago

Wow. I can't believe so many people missed the "HAL" reference.
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+2 19. medicino commented 13 years ago

They are spending the money in this kind of stuff unlike others who spend it on designing better weapons but at the end these are technology enhance tools so its up to anyone to decide its use.
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+2 20. Gmastershief commented 13 years ago

Domo-harigato Mr. JAPAN
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+2 21. cripplecog commented 13 years ago

Ha, soup it up, turbo the gyros, set on high!!! Then strap it to that old ass guy!!! "Look, momma, I'm a goin' fast!"
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+2 22. jaikku commented 12 years ago

Well, folks. Check out these videos:"Shift happens". And "Dr. Michio Kaku on Learning from Outer Space" where it's clearly established we are becoming type one sivilization. Kaku explains in detail what it means. And clearly shift will happen most likely sooner than we think. Also this may interest some: "100YSS" witch is truly something I personally didn't expect to see even initiated in my lifetime.