And you thought Iron Man was all fiction. Well, think again! A company called Cyberdyne Inc. will go into production to make the Sacros XOS Exoskeleton suit that will give humans, normally incapable of such feats, the ability to lift weights exceeding two-hundred pounds or more — ENDLESSLY!
Evidently the “machine suit” (which is really a slick-down version of the apparatus seen in the Alien films in the cargo bay and dubbed HAL — “hybrid assistive limb”) will mimic and follow any movement from its user (or wearer), only it can move at nearly a thousand times per second, according to its developer. It operates from its central brain, a computer built into the metallic suit. The computer has the capability to monitor the user’s movements up to that thousand times per second mark and greatly amplify the human user’s normal strength through its robot-like exo-skeleton and portable power-pack.
Production is geared to begin as early as October of this year according to Cyberdyne Inc. The design of HAL originated from Japanese researchers.