British man invents a real-life Iron Man suit, and his name isn't Elon Musk
By: +David Herron; Date: April 15, 2017
Not many people would be brave enough to try this, so kudos to Richard Browning before we rip him for being so crazy. For the past 18 months he (an ex-Royal Marine) has been tinkering in his garage building a jet engine powered exoskeleton thingy. The video shows experiments with the machine, and that it is currently only useful for small hovering flights. The pilot steers it completely manually by moving arms and legs to direct the jet thrust. Which sounds cool, but also extremely dangerous at the same time.
British entrepreneur invents, builds and files patent for Iron Man-like flight suit - YouTube
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