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Amazing Exoskeleton Gives Shipyard Workers Superhuman Strength

Amazing Exoskeleton Gives Shipyard Workers Superhuman Strength

Iron Man, step aside - there’s a new superhuman in town. Dock workers in South Korea recently received a set of robotic exoskeleton suits that enable them to lift heavy equipment without breaking a

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Fragile Skeletons: Dynamic Animal Sculptures Made from Salvaged Driftwood

Fragile Skeletons: Dynamic Animal Sculptures Made from Salvaged Driftwood

Artist Giovanni Longo created "Fragile Skeletons," a series of skeletal sculptures made of wood salvaged from the beach. Fascinated by the weathered character of driftwood, Longo used found branches and

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Paralyzed Teen to Kick Off 2014 Soccer World Cup with a Mind Controlled Exoskeleton

Paralyzed Teen to Kick Off 2014 Soccer World Cup with a Mind Controlled Exoskeleton

A paralyzed teen using an advanced mind-controlled exoskeleton could provide the first ceremonial kick of the 2014 FIFA Soccer World Cup in Brazil this month. Duke University plans to showcase their

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Wooden ‘Pavilion for One Summer’ in Austria is Modeled After Sea Urchin Skeletons

Wooden ‘Pavilion for One Summer’ in Austria is Modeled After Sea Urchin Skeletons

The organic shape of the pavilion resembles the structure of a sea urchin, whose superior anatomy and structure have inspired the creation of numerous parametric designs over the years. In the case of

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Giant Chrome T-Rex Skeleton Rises on the Banks of the River Seine

Giant Chrome T-Rex Skeleton Rises on the Banks of the River Seine

Paris is famed for its art - after all, it's home to the Louvre and works such as the Mona Lisa. But you know what the city has always lacked? A four-meter-tall Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton. That is, until

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Princeton University Scientists Use a 3D Printer to Create a Bionic Ear

Princeton University Scientists Use a 3D Printer to Create a Bionic Ear

Princeton University scientists have invented a new medical device that would have Ridley Scott nodding in recognition. By using live cells and metal nanoparticles, the researchers were able to use a 3D

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Scientists Successfully 3D Print the Skeleton of a Live Animal

Scientists Successfully 3D Print the Skeleton of a Live Animal

3D printing is already capable of fabricating a beak for an injured bald eagle and three-quarters of a prosthetic human skull. Now, scientists at the University of Notre Dame have successfully recreated

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Argo Unveils Improved ReWalk Rehabilitation 2.0 Exoskeleton That Enables Paraplegics to Walk Again

Argo Unveils Improved ReWalk Rehabilitation 2.0 Exoskeleton That Enables Paraplegics to Walk Again

Argo Medical Technologies just unveiled a new generation of the ReWalk exoskeleton, a device that enables people with spinal cord injuries to sit, stand and walk. The ReWalk Rehabilitation 2.0 is a

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The ZoneGuard is a Disaster Radio From Eton That Keeps You Informed of Emergencies

The ZoneGuard is a Disaster Radio From Eton That Keeps You Informed of Emergencies

When an emergency strikes and the lights go out, it's essential to have access to a reliable off-grid source of news. At CES 2013 Eton just unveiled their new ZoneGuard weather radios, which are equipped

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Teton County Children’s Learning Center Brings Sustainable Design to Jackson, Wyoming

Teton County Children’s Learning Center Brings Sustainable Design to Jackson, Wyoming

Creatively named “The Ranch,” the Rafter J Childcare facility was designed by the team of architects to achieve three objectives: to fit into the ranch-like neighborhood, experientially stimulate the

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Massoud Hassani’s Toy-Inspired Mine Kafon Detonates Landmines in War-Torn Areas

Massoud Hassani’s Toy-Inspired Mine Kafon Detonates Landmines in War-Torn Areas

Massoud Hassani's extraordinary Mine Kafon is a giant, wind-powered, bamboo-framed, toy-inspired sphere which—with the aid of GPS—rolls over unexploded landmines and tracks the clear, safer paths that

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Hand Crank Cell Phone Charger by Eton and the American Red Cross Could Be a Lifesaver

Hand Crank Cell Phone Charger by Eton and the American Red Cross Could Be a Lifesaver

Hurricane Sandy has many people thinking about what they would do without power for days on end, particularly when it comes to the need to keep essential items like cell phones charged, ready and

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Cyberdyne Creates Mind-Controlled Robot Exoskeleton to Protect Fukushima Workers from Nuclear Radiation

Cyberdyne Creates Mind-Controlled Robot Exoskeleton to Protect Fukushima Workers from Nuclear Radiation

This week Cyberdyne unveiled a robotic exoskeleton called HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb) that allows its wearer to carry superhuman loads while shielding them from radiation. With the Fukushima nuclear

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NASA Designs Ironman-like Robotic Exoskeleton For Astronauts And Earthlings

NASA Designs Ironman-like Robotic Exoskeleton For Astronauts And Earthlings

Ironman kicks ass. And not just because that's Robert Downey Jr. inside. The idea of an impermeable exoskeleton has fascinated humans since medieval knights designed the first metal armor. Now, NASA is

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Skeletons and Saints Emerge from Single Pieces of Paper in Peter Callesen’s Artworks

Skeletons and Saints Emerge from Single Pieces of Paper in Peter Callesen’s Artworks

Through meticulous and carefully calculated cuts, Callesen removes just enough of the paper to create his three dimensional forms. Reminiscent to spatial problems on SAT tests, the artist must

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Skeleton Lampshades Add Whimsical Illumination to Traces ‘Junk’ Shop at the London Design Festival

Skeleton Lampshades Add Whimsical Illumination to Traces ‘Junk’ Shop at the London Design Festival

The Traces ‘Junk’ Shop at the London Design Festival is packed full of exciting designs to catch the eye. One showstopper, in a room full of them, is the Skeleton Lampshade by Donna Walker. With

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Claire Lomas Becomes the First Person to Take a ReWalk Bionic Exoskeleton Home for Daily Use

Claire Lomas Becomes the First Person to Take a ReWalk Bionic Exoskeleton Home for Daily Use

The ReWalk is a revolutionary exoskeleton that enables paraplegics to stand, walk, and even climb stairs. Designed by Argo Medical Technologies, the bionic suit enhances simple body movements in order to

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Two-Year-Old Gains Use of Her Arms Thanks to 3D Printed Robotic Exoskeleton

Two-Year-Old Gains Use of Her Arms Thanks to 3D Printed Robotic Exoskeleton

Two-year-old Emma LaVelle wanted to play with the other children, but a congenital disorder prevented her from using her arms. Now, with the help of 3D printing, Emma  can lift toys and draw pictures

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Eton’s Rukus Solar Boombox Keeps the Music Pumping All Day Long

Eton’s Rukus Solar Boombox Keeps the Music Pumping All Day Long

Summer is the perfect time for picnics and pool parties, but don’t count on the mediocre built-in speakers of your smartphone or laptop to kick things off. Eton’s Rukus Solar boombox is a portable,

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Power in a Box: Princeton’s Disaster Relief Solar and Wind Generator Fits in a Shipping Container

Power in a Box: Princeton’s Disaster Relief Solar and Wind Generator Fits in a Shipping Container

A prototype for a solar and wind power station that fits within a shipping container has placed a group of students from Princeton University among the winners of a national EPA-sponsored sustainable

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Ekso Bionics’ Robotic Exoskeleton Will Help Paraplegics Walk Again

Ekso Bionics’ Robotic Exoskeleton Will Help Paraplegics Walk Again

We've covered robotic exoskeleton prototypes in the past here on Inhabitat, but Ekso Bionics just announced plans to launch a fully-functioning commercial model! Think about it - within two years, this

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Amazing Bionic Research Pavilion Explores the Sand Dollar’s Skeleton Morphology

Amazing Bionic Research Pavilion Explores the Sand Dollar’s Skeleton Morphology

For its second year in a row, the ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion is a chance to explore architecture through computational design. This year, inspiration for the temporary pavilion came from sea urchins and

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Christy Rupp Creates Creepy Skeletons of Extinct Birds With Fast Food Chicken Bones

Christy Rupp Creates Creepy Skeletons of Extinct Birds With Fast Food Chicken Bones

Rupp’s creepy creatures represent the long gone Dodo, tiny Carolina parakeets, long legged Moas, Icelandic Great Auks and Ivory Billed Woodpeckers. She carefull collects the discarded chicken bones from

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6 Ways Kate Middleton Could Use Her Popularity to Boost British Ethical Fashion

6 Ways Kate Middleton Could Use Her Popularity to Boost British Ethical Fashion

Whether you love it or hate it, there's no denying that Kate Middleton's wardrobe attracts some serious attention. With many Brits and others around the world looking to Kate for clothing inspiration, we

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Urban Woods: Parasitic Wooden Exoskeleton in Osaka Will Soon Be Covered In Ivy

Urban Woods: Parasitic Wooden Exoskeleton in Osaka Will Soon Be Covered In Ivy

The goal of the renovation was to reintroduce the concept of nature alongside a wide and very busy street. Additionally, the clients hoped to improve the commercial appeal of the building through a more

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Artist Uses 15,000 English Crumpets to Create Ridiculous Pippa Middleton Portrait

Artist Uses 15,000 English Crumpets to Create Ridiculous Pippa Middleton Portrait

We're not sure where to start with this one. The egregious waste of food? The waste of labor? Or the bizarre idolization of Pippa Middleton? Artist Laura Hadland recently created massive portrait of the

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Eton’s Soulra XL Solar Powered iPod Dock is Ready to Pre-order for Summer Beach Fun

Eton’s Soulra XL Solar Powered iPod Dock is Ready to Pre-order for Summer Beach Fun

With picnic weather finally arriving, and beach weather looming, Eton has made their new solar powered boombox available for pre-order.  With the Soulra XL, you can share your iPod tunes with your beach

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Kate Middleton’s Wedding Ring Made from Repurposed Welsh Gold

Kate Middleton’s Wedding Ring Made from Repurposed Welsh Gold

Even though the royal wedding has passed, there's still a lot of buzz going around over the ceremony and dress - but what about that eco-fabulous ring? Designed by Wartski, a Welsh family-run jewelry

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Kate Middleton’s Royal Wedding Dress by Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton Features Handcrafted Details

Kate Middleton’s Royal Wedding Dress by Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton Features Handcrafted Details

Everyone's favorite new princess Kate Middleton made fashion history Friday morning when she donned a ravishing ivory wedding gown for her royal marriage to Prince William. BBC confirmed that the dress

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ReWalk Robotic Exoskeleton Gives Paraplegics the Ability to Walk

ReWalk Robotic Exoskeleton Gives Paraplegics the Ability to Walk

Amit Goffer, the founder of Argo Medical Technologies, recently unveiled a revolutionary exoskeleton that enables paraplegics to stand, walk, and even climb stairs. The bionic device, called ReWalk, is a

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