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Lockheed Martin Fortis Is The Exoskeleton Of The Future (35 pics)

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Thanks to the Lockheed Martin Fortis, we're one step closer to building Iron Man.

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№1 Author: jonno (19 Nov 2014 02:05) Total user comments: 0


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video or it didnt happen!
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№2 Author: Aindy (19 Nov 2014 11:20) Total user comments: 2863


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Whats the use? Theyre not holding tools that they couldnt use without an exoskeleton. And it looks so gay it has to be real.
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№3 Author: ACuser (19 Nov 2014 13:47) Total user comments: 0


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soo.... what the hell does it actually do? apart from attach to tools you could instead carry and get in the way & slow you down..? A bit of an explanation about this would have been nice along with all the images... (not that you care at all, once you've posted it..)
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№4 Author: saint357 (19 Nov 2014 14:42) Total user comments: 2366


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it's real and is being used today in many places, trust me.
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№5 Author: Mick the Dick (19 Nov 2014 16:19) Total user comments: 1


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Anyone who thinks "Carrying tools that could easily be used" obviously haven't had to work with these tools day in, day out for weeks, months or years... This is used to prevent long term injury caused by prolonged use.

Also, since they are working on Aircraft fuselages etc, it increases accuracy as the worker doesn't have to worry about supporting the weight of the equipment as well as concentrating on cutting shit out!
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№6 Author: Buacks (19 Nov 2014 18:56) Total user comments: 1333


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Mick the Dick, Thanks, Dick.
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№7 Author: friggofferson (19 Nov 2014 19:15) Total user comments: 5


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Video of Fortis Exoskeleton in use.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=x34mySH1jYc
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№8 Author: joe schmoe (20 Nov 2014 04:13) Total user comments: 0


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meh.. i dont see a battery pack..
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№9 Author: Shadoglare (20 Nov 2014 16:04) Total user comments: 505


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http://www.lockheedmartin.com/
us/products/exoskeleton/FORTIS
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It appears to just be a frame designed to counterbalance the weight of heavy tools. I suppose it could be useful, but Iron Man it ain't.
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