Exoskeleton technology like the 'Exoatlet' Skeletal Support System seen here offers distinct hope for those who have mobility impairments that they will one day be able to stand upright and move without the need for wheelchairs or walkers.
Designed by Art Lebedev, the exoskeleton consists of a somewhat subtler design aesthetic than that of other options and is designed with natural, fluid movements in mind rather than choppy robotic ones. This allows the user to feel more in control, natural and supported.
The 'Exoatlet' Skeletal Support System is an effective piece of equipment for those with musculoskeletal disorders to let them walk with better balance and actually improve their performance in tandem. The exoskeleton identifies that mobility issues could be permanently corrected in the near future by implementing effective solutions like the one seen here.
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