Tony might have a killer armor, but I’m willing to bet he’d feel some pain once we get 3-D printing in order and start churning out exoskeletons. Once we do get that in order and find a power source (like the arc reactor) we’ll all be superhumans.
Adults have their XOS 2 exoskeleton, kids can have the Kids Walker robot exoskeleton. Well, the Walker doesn’t quite walk, but its giant feet afford it some movement. It isn’t quite as useful and feature rich as the XOS 2, but it will probably make kids happy. The Walker is priced at $21,000, and it seems like a pretty lame thing for that kind of money.
Raytheon has unveiled the second generation of its exoskeleton robotic suit. The XOS 2 is more powerful and lighter, as compared to its predecessor. In fact, you could probably play soccer wearing one, but you’d probably like to reserve the suit for heavy lifting rather than playing soccer. Now I am just curious to know how far a soccer ball kicked by this suit would go?