Guy Makes Home-Built Elysium Exoskeleton. Lifts 170 Pounds Easily [VIDEO]
Aug 31, 2014 09:38
Exoskeletons are the next evolution of human strength. Pneumatic-powered cyborg arms will let you do the things that were impossible without the help of a few or more. This guy created his own version.
YouTuber The Hacksmith has been working on his Elysium-inspired exoskeleton for a long time. He just demonstrated how he could lift 170 pounds like it was no big deal.
He's not done yet. He's still got to work on his legs. Still, what a feat!
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