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.

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

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