Cybernetic exoskeleton creator flaunts this season's latest models

Remember Cyberdyne's HAL exoskeleton that allows you to control a pair of robotic legs with your mind? Cyberdyne recently showcased several of these models in motion. Someday you too can sport a pair of cherry red super-calves. » 3/16/11 2:21pm 3/16/11 2:21pm

The Cyborg Exoskeletons Of The Future Take To The Streets

Three employees of Japan's Cyberdyne robotics company recently demonstrated a new "people-assisting" device: an exoskeleton that could help injured or disabled people walk. The system is called "HAL 5," and three prototypes of the technology paraded through Tokyo this week. » 8/03/09 3:00pm 8/03/09 3:00pm

Japan Is Creating Your Future Cyborg Overlords Right Now

Wow, I don't know what's crazier — that there's a Japanese company called Cyberdyne, or the fact that it's creating cyborg limbs that look sort of like 1960s Cybermen. Or maybe the fact that its cyborg limbs are called "Human Assistive Limb," or HAL for short. What's next? The Brilliant Organ Replacement Group? It's like … » 10/07/08 4:40pm 10/07/08 4:40pm