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HULC Exoskeleton (13 pics)

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  • 8 Dec, 2011  |
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HULC exoskeleton helps soldiers to transfer large loads through powered titanium legs without loss of mobility. The HULC is a completely un-tethered, hydraulic-powered anthropomorphic exoskeleton that provides users with the ability to carry loads of up to 200 lbs (90 kg) for extended periods of time and over all terrains.

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№1 Author: velio70 (8 Dec 2011 06:17) Total user comments: 1654


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how much did we pay for this hot mess? the most valuable asset on the battlefield is a well trained extremely aggressive warrior. most of the gadgets only benefit politicians and defense contractors.
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№2 Author: adzhoe (8 Dec 2011 07:10) Total user comments: 14959


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Cool
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№3 Author: mahedi (8 Dec 2011 07:22) Total user comments: 10772


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Creative & cool
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№4 Author: nikadiler (8 Dec 2011 10:17) Total user comments: 247


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№5 Author: Armand (8 Dec 2011 11:51) Total user comments: 48


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10 Looks like science fiction to me but it seems it's real ....
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№6 Author: quackers (8 Dec 2011 13:08) Total user comments: 4830


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Could they use this kinda thing for people that are very fat that can`t get around
or for people with major joint problems,.,. 51
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№7 Author: ratablankero (8 Dec 2011 15:35) Total user comments: 150


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El fin del mundo.
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№8 Author: Pilgrim (8 Dec 2011 21:14) Total user comments: 2288


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Mech
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№9 Author: Píixan (8 Dec 2011 22:28) Total user comments: 1014


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Fantastic invention, they could donate some to the poor countries where they (specially women) have to walk long distances carrying over their heads and backs wood and water for their families for several miles per day under the sun. But obviously that is not going to happen because this technology among other is only for war purposes.
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№10 Author: Lu (8 Dec 2011 23:08) Total user comments: 15082


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The evolution of roboman is on track.
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№11 Author: Inocentino01 (8 Dec 2011 23:31) Total user comments: 278


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dont like it.
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№12 Author: Ottzen (9 Dec 2011 01:33) Total user comments: 124


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I love the idea of the exoskeleton, but not necessarily the portrayed use here. Suppose defence budgets are sometimes "needed" for a lot of stuff to be developed in the first place. Luckily the rest of the scientific community are coming along strong, so lets hope we'll soon see much more like this in other fields 22
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№13 Author: Trifecta69 (9 Dec 2011 22:42) Total user comments: 1086


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