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Exosuit : Future Ocean Exploration Suit by Nuytco Research

Exosuit is the next generation of ocean exploration suit, designed and developed by Nuytco Research. This hard metal diva suit allows divers to safely operate down to a depth of 1000 feet with high flexibility and exceptional dexterity to perform delicate work. It is equipped with innovative technology of Exosuit Atmospheric Diving System (ADS) that maintains a cabin pressure of the surface while still allowing the suit to bend thanks to its unique rotary joint that is invented by Dr. Phil Nuytten.

Designer : Nuytco Research

Exosuit : Future Ocean Exploration Suit by Nuytco Research

Exosuit : Future Ocean Exploration Suit by Nuytco Research

At first sight, yes, it looks more like a spacesuit than a diving suit, but the advanced design comes with operational capabilities that are far exceeding present day undersea technologies. This futuristic suit is fully certified submarine in the shape of human being, it has its own life support that can sustain an operator for up to 50 hours. Equipped with fiber-optic tether that supplies full network capability between the Exosuit operator and the surface. It means that this suit allows for telemetry and high def. video to be sent to the surface. Exosuit “flight pack” has thrusters which are more powerful yet more sensitive to operator’s inputs compared to previous one atmosphere hard suits. It allows the pilot of submersible to fly effortlessly through the oceans.

Exosuit : Future Ocean Exploration Suit by Nuytco Research

Exosuit : Future Ocean Exploration Suit by Nuytco Research

Exosuit : Future Ocean Exploration Suit by Nuytco Research

Exosuit : Future Ocean Exploration Suit by Nuytco Research is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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