Exoskeleton Jet Suit
A British inventor had built an Iron Man-style flight suit powered by six small jet engines. The British inventor is Richard M. Browning, an ex-Royal Marine reservist who is, “inspired by doing things that haven’t been done before”.
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The prototype called “Daedalus”, uses six miniature jet engines which are mounted on the arms and the lower back and a specially designed exoskeleton.
“The way you have to balance is pretty much the same stance Tony Stark has in the film,” Browning says. The suit, which Browning estimates cost around £40,000 to develop, can travel at a speed of up to 280 mp/h (450 km/h), although Browning hasn’t tested it to anywhere near full capacity.
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