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    Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    The PLN-01 Ninja aids in walking and running, the Power Loader helps with heavy lifting.
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    Re: Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    *checks calendar*

    *still March*


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    Re: Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    Pfft, nothing new there...

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    Re: Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    *checks calendar*

    *still March*

    That's exactly what I thought. Kudos to Panasonic

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    Re: Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    I was thinking those exoskeletons would probably work better if they used the proper lifting technique in the first place;.
    they may not even need the exoskeleton to reduce lower back stress.

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    Re: Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    Quote Originally Posted by stevie lee View Post
    I was thinking those exoskeletons would probably work better if they used the proper lifting technique in the first place;.
    they may not even need the exoskeleton to reduce lower back stress.
    I thought the same thing, they need Manual Handling Training not an exoskeleton!

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    Re: Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    I'd rather have one with automatic balancing, stairclimbing etc. Then I wouldn't need my wheelchair.

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    Re: Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian224 View Post
    I'd rather have one with automatic balancing, stairclimbing etc. Then I wouldn't need my wheelchair.
    That would be the next logical development, although there would be a fair number of safety issues to consider, such as dual redundant systems. It wouldn't be very good if the balance system failed at the top of a flight of stairs.
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    Re: Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    Someone needs to paint their "Power Loader" yellow, modify its look a bit and we'll finally have the ability to fight the alien (xenomorph) queen!

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    Re: Panasonic Assist Robot exoskeletons demoed in video

    Anyone else stop watching once it got to elderly and stopped showing the mech warriors?? Lol

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