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yeah... popular science had this as their main article in their latest magazine.
post #22 of 32
we'll have 90 pounds soldier in an exoskeleton. Nays.

Nothing resist a .50 round from a sniper riifle anyway.

Plus, the better defence gets, the better the weapons gets...it is a degenerating case.


Better suits, better weapons, endless evolution of war

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Am I the only one thinking The Tuxedo, the movie?
I try to avoid thinking about that atrocity as much as possible.


Except for JLH...
post #24 of 32
The HAL-3 and HAL-5 is already in production. (guess by what country!?) Are the LEDs really necessary?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HAL_5

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This one seems a lot more like a Crysis nano suit. Lets see the full suit one when it comes out

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The HAL-3 and HAL-5 is already in production. (guess by what country!?) Are the LEDs really necessary?
Cool. Japan. Because they make it look like something out of Portal's universe .
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The videos won't work for me. But the text works.
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Nanotechnology is so win. This is similar to the research being done for the next generation of space suits that allow for almost 100% mobility while still being able to sustain the systems an astronaut needs to survive and more.
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Nanotechnology is so win. This is similar to the research being done for the next generation of space suits that allow for almost 100% mobility while still being able to sustain the systems an astronaut needs to survive and more.
Skinsuits.
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we'll have 90 pounds soldier in an exoskeleton. Nays.

Nothing resist a .50 round from a sniper riifle anyway.

Plus, the better defence gets, the better the weapons gets...it is a degenerating case.


Better suits, better weapons, endless evolution of war
Tanks do.
Nothing resist a 14.5 round from a PTRD anyway.
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Prototype X.2 of the nano suit....rofl
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