The brilliant Youngster’s paper on the venture was chosen from amongst candidates having a place with 13 nations.
In what looks like sci-fi transforming into reality, a youthful Indian understudy has effectively made an utilitarian automated suit regardless of having a little spending plan. Vimal Govin Manikandan from MES College of Engineering in Kerala could assemble the battery-controlled and utilitarian exoskeleton by spending just Rs. 51,000.
Manikandan is certain that the suit will be put to great use by the military later on for lifting weights up to 150 kgs. The splendid adolescent's paper on the venture was chosen from amongst candidates having a place with 13 nations for an uncommon gathering on mechanics and assembling in Singapore.
In spite of the fact that Manikandan's suit isn't free of glitches like absence of more flexibility of development for the wearer and short battery-life; he is sure that his innovation will produce to improve things on the off chance that he figures out how to locate the right backers.