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Skeletonics exoskeleton stars in thrilling demonstration video

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This so-called Skeletonics exoskeleton may not have any motors or hydraulics like most of its powered counterparts, but that doesn't mean it isn't still plenty capable -- as a new, elaborately produced video amply demonstrates. We won't spoil it all for you, but lets just say things pick up when the guitar licks start, and there's definitely someone running for their life before the end. See for yourself after the break.



Via: Gearlog
Source: Skeletonics
Coverage: Culture Japan
In this article: exoskeleton, skeleton, skeletonis, video
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