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This 9-Foot Exoskeleton Robot Suit Powered by Kinetic Energy Will Make You Feel Larger Than Life

Have you ever wanted to feel like a giant? Well, your childhood dream has come true with the invention of the Arrive Robot Suit, a 9-foot exoskeleton robot suit that doesn’t use electricity, but is powered by kinetic energy (otherwise known as the energy of motion) and in turn, responds to human touch. The Arrive Robot Suit is made up of a 3D closed link structure that offers an impressive “full range of natural motion with extended body movements” that precisely mimic the limbs of the user inside of the exoskeleton.

Developed by a Tokyo-based robotics company called Skeletonics, this super-dexterous exoskeleton robot suit allows the user to move his or her limbs to control the suit’s arms and legs. There are also buttons on the robot’s handgrips that allow the user to have control of the fingers. So, if you’re in the mood to play catch like a giant, by all means, go for it!

The Arrive Robot Suit is constructed of lightweight fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) and weighs just 88 pounds. Its functions are customizable and it’s powered by a battery backpack that’s designed for convenient disassembly and easy packing for transport.

The Arrive Robot Suit is made for entertainment and recreation purposes. It’s also available to rent for media events, concerts, tech exhibitions, and theme parks. Plus, it can be branded with company logos or product names. This eye-catching Robot Suit was also a hit at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, where robot enthusiasts lined up to watch demonstrations and try it out. Also, it’s so cool that the band, Muse reportedly decided to purchase one! Rock on, in your exoskeleton!

So, what’s the price tag on this kinetic beast? Skeletonics’ Arrive Robot Suit starts at 5 million Japanese Yen (around £35,000). With the purchase, human operators have to go through special training before they can wear them – and emulate a giant.

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