Robotic exoskeleton augments your strength by up to 40 pounds

A group of students from the University of Pennsylvania have won $45,000 in prize money for developing a robotic exoskeleton that boosts the wearer’s strength.

The dream of becoming a machine-assisted superhuman just got more real thanks to the work of University of Pennsylvania students. The group recently won the James Dyson Award for their Titan Arm, a robotic exoskeleton that increases the wearer’s overall arm strength.

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