That is what led him to design and build the biggest tetrapod exo-skeleton, which he named PROSTHESIS.
PROSTHESIS measures 3.96 m (12 ft 11 in) tall, 5.1 m (16 ft 8 in) long and 5.51 m (18 ft 1 in) wide.
This machine was created by Jonathan Tippett, from Vancouver, Canada.
The exo-skeleton’s body and legs are produced from 1,600 kg (3,527 lb) of Chromoly metal tubing, a excessive-performance fabric most commonly utilized in aerospace and racing automobile industry.
However how does this behemoth function?
“the guts of the desktop is a ninety six volt 36 kWh lithium-ion battery p.C., custom engineered explained by the the creator.
Jonathan has dedicated, in complete, thirteen years of his existence growing this big, rideable off-avenue racing exo-skeleton.
Despite spending so much time on the venture, PROSTHESIS may be very much a primary prototype, and Jonathan is eager to make a smaller, lighter variant next.