Wearable Exoskeleton goes on sale in Japan
Tokyo University of Science and Innophys sell a wearable power-assist exoskeleton for nurses, factory workers or farmers. The muscle suit weighs 5,5 kg and uses specially designed rubber tubes and compressed air as the source of its power. It can help to pick up loads with a third or the usual effort.
You can get a muscle suit for ¥600,000 ($5,190) or rent it for ¥30,000 to ¥50,000 per month.