Created the world's largest exoskeleton for humans

Jonathan Tippett from Canada set a new world record - he built the largest

four-legged exoskeleton. The man spent about four years on this.

Exoskeleton and exoskeleton, which expandshuman capabilities. In this case, it makes it simply unattainable for possible enemies and allows you to move large objects. The huge robotic structure is 3.96 meters high, 5.1 meters long and 5.51 meters wide. It weighs about 1600 kilograms. The exoskeleton runs on a 36 kWh battery. It feeds two electric motors that drive hydraulic pumps, generating more than 5300 N of force each.

It is reported that the author of the project wants to make a reduced version of the exoskeleton.