Iron man in real life

Inspired by the stories of Iron man, the British inventor Richard Browning created their version of a flying suit — Daedalus. To rise into the air, extreme clips on the legs and arms of a gas turbine (ie, a smaller version of the aircraft engines), the fuel for which comes from knapsack on his back. For security purposes, Richard wears a fireproof suit, and changing the position of the limbs, it controls the direction of flight, but it is just in name only. Daedalus theoretically allows speeds of up to 450 km/h, however, has set a more realistic goal of 160 km/h Already in the startup Gravity is developed the production model of the suit, which could cost about $250 000.

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