The Sarcos Guardian XO is a 24-degrees-of-freedom full-body robotic exoskeleton. While wearing it, a human can lift 200 pounds (90 kilograms) while feeling like they’re lifting just 10 lbs (4.5 kg). The Guardian XO is fully electrical and untethered with a runtime of 2 hours, and hot-swappable battery packs can keep it going for a full work day. It takes seconds to put on and take off, and Sarcos says new users can be trained to use the system in minutes. One Guardian XO costs $100,000 per year to rent, and the company will be shipping its first batch of alpha units to customers (including both heavy industry and the U.S. military) in January.
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Keeping with the black and white theme..... While visiting family, I took this in Spring Mills, Pennsylvania on a sunny Saturday morning. When I developed the negatives, I thought something got on the film and caused a super dark spot. As it turns out, it was the sun and the light leaked past the frame. I love the effect. Shot with a Rolleicord IV on Kodak TMAX 400 (400TMY-2). Scanned with a Canon 6D Mark II DSLR; negative processed in Lightroom.