Tag Archives: Cyberdybe HAL

HAL exoskeleton taken for a walk outside

I’ve written twice before on the Cyberdyne HAL suit, one of the first working exoskeletons to be demonstrated and brought to market. You can read the below articles for a description of the origins and capabilities of this exoskeleton. HAL exoskeleton available for renting in Japan Japanese quadriplegic attempts mountain climb using robotic exoskeleton Recently,… Read More »

Lockheed Martin exoskeleton: The Human Universal Load Carrier (HULC)

In the span of less than a year, exoskeletons have moved from science fiction to reality. In the last few months, several research and developments groups have unveiled working prototypes of exoskeletons. One example is the Sarcos exoskeleton designed for military use; another is Honda’s robotic legs recently announced; third, Cyberdyne’s HAL exoskeleton from Japan… Read More »