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Raytheon zeigt verbessertes Exoskelett, Supersoldaten hängen aber noch an der Steckdose

Anton Waldt
09.28.10
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Der Rüstungskonzern Raytheon hat eine verbesserte Version des Exoskeletts Sarcos XOS vorgestellt: XOS 2 ist leichter, verbraucht weniger Energie und soll aus ganz normalen Soldaten unbesiegbare Hulks machen. Von Kampfhandlungen ist das Exoskelett aber erstmal noch ausgeschlossen, allein weil es eine Steckdose braucht. Trotzdem ist es gruselig beeindruckend, welche Kräfte dieses Robote-Doping zu wecken vermag, schaut´s euch an im Video nach dem Break.






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