Video: University of Pennsylvania students win James Dyson Award

Video: University of Pennsylvania students win James Dyson Award

Nov 12, 2013

The Titan Arm Exoskeleton was designed by four mechanical engineering students from the University of Pennsylvania. The device, which increases human strength, was awarded the 2013 James Dyson Award
 
The Exoskeleton has been developed for use in occupational lifting and physical therapy, with the extension assisting arm strength by up to 18 kg to reduce fatigue and to prevent poor lifting posture.
 

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