The army of the United States of America intends to develop a device which will help soldiers to be stronger and hardier. In fact, the army is developing an exoskeleton that will become a reality. The technology working group Lockheed Martin under license from canadian company B-TEMIA, who first developed an exoskeleton to help people with disabilities.
It should be noted that the device operates on battery power and uses a set of sensors, artificial intelligence and other technologies to enhance the natural movements of the person. However, in addition, the exoskeleton may be useful in the construction, or performing other tasks that require great physical strength.
“The attractiveness of this technology for the military is clear: modern soldiers into the combat zone, hung with heavy, but critically necessary equipment – body armor, night vision goggles, radios and other things. In sum, it can weigh 40-65 pounds, whereas the recommended boundary is not more than 23 kg”, say the researchers. However, the power consumption of the device can play a cruel joke with the military at the wrong time.
Recall that gamers smashed to smithereens, a PlayStation Classic, which Sony successfully re-released a few decades. However, all is not so well as I thought gamers: the picture quality is poor, the games themselves tend to freeze, and refresh rate in seconds kills all the excitement.
Earlier Znayu reported that LG made a patent for its innovative, bendable smartphone. Judging by the photos, found by users of the network, when folding the device the screen is not placed inside the fold and outside. Thus, the device positions itself as a smartphone and a full tablet. By the way, the cost will be about $ 2,500, which is a bit disappoint fans of the company.
Znayu wrote that ASUS still deliver a gaming smartphone Phone ROG in Ukraine. Now everyone can purchase this device. However, it will cost 26 thousand hryvnias. On the other hand, it is one of the most powerful smartphones on the market.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.