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DARPA Exoskeleton Reseasrch!

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posted on Dec, 16 2004 @ 12:00 AM
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Originally posted by Armored_Buhda
OK, I was looking up Exoseleton research on the net an I found this please look!

www.darpa.mil...

If I did anything wrong please tell me I dont want to get kicked off the form.


Sounds like the master chief form the game Halo 2.




posted on Dec, 16 2004 @ 12:03 AM
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Originally posted by Murcielago
ahg, why do people always post about that damn Invisible Japanese Cloak crap.

Heres how it works! There is a camera behind the person, the video feed from it it transfered to a video projector in the front of that lady, so its a just for show and tell type of the picture. There is no major discovery or advancments, its just a stunt.


A stunt indeed but here is what I do believe the japanese have. Robotech devices. I mean they have been drawing these Robot /Anime cartoons since the 80's and not just one studio. You have GunDam, Macross/Robotech, Guyver, blah blah... There must have been some reference. It can't be possible that one guy just said "hey, let's animate some robots with military capabilities." I bet the city of tokyo is one fortress that transforms. HEHE =)



posted on Dec, 16 2004 @ 12:10 AM
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Originally posted by theguyver

Originally posted by Murcielago
ahg, why do people always post about that damn Invisible Japanese Cloak crap.

Heres how it works! There is a camera behind the person, the video feed from it it transfered to a video projector in the front of that lady, so its a just for show and tell type of the picture. There is no major discovery or advancments, its just a stunt.


A stunt indeed but here is what I do believe the japanese have. Robotech devices. I mean they have been drawing these Robot /Anime cartoons since the 80's and not just one studio. You have GunDam, Macross/Robotech, Guyver, blah blah... There must have been some reference. It can't be possible that one guy just said "hey, let's animate some robots with military capabilities." I bet the city of tokyo is one fortress that transforms. HEHE =)


Either that or you watch to many cartoons.



 
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