Raytheon Sarcos' Prototype Increases User's Strength With Dexterity

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 18, 2011 • References: raytheon & dvice
Raytheon Sarcos' most recent exoskeleton prototype looks like something that would be used on the fictional planet Pandora by the human invaders. With its giant arms, it would surely be strong enough to battle against the native Na'vi tribe as well as dig out the priceless resource cleverly dubbed unobtainium. That said, it wouldn't be surprising if the Raytheon Sarcos exoskeleton was used for similar tasks, but on a more realistic level.

Not only is the Raytheon Sarcos exoskeleton strong, it is also a lot more dextrous than its crane counterparts. It won't require much training either as it is controlled via arm movements rather than traditional buttons and knobs.

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