It helps people move around and lift things (which they might otherwise be unable to). It even can react to brain waves faster than the human's own muscles would be able to.
There would be obvious military applications but the inventor says he believes that technology should help people, not hurt them and declines all offers.
I'll be at this North Houston Starbucks from 10:00 - 11:30am tomorrow: http://www.yelp.com/biz/starbucks-houston-149
Come talk to me about cloud stuff, and take some of my GCP swag.
- Cap Gun MediaPresident, presenthttp://capgunmedia.co
- Old Dominion University2012
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