REX Bionic Walking Device for Disabled People

Meet REX: a robotic exoskeleton that enables people with disabilities to get off their wheelchair, move around, and live in a more independent fashion. It is powered by 2 batteries that last for 2 hours of continuous movement. The exoskeleton has 10 linear actuators to move users up to 100kg.

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REX supports automated forward, backward, sideways, and turning movements. It also lets you perform squats, lunges, and other rehab exercises.

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