1. Ability Vision Superman In Penetrating Wall
Camero’s Xaver 800, a product which uses microwave radar to penetrate the walls and project the 3-D imaging of whatever is hiding behind walls. According to the manufacturer, this tool can be used to image through walls plain old, clay brick, cinder block and even reinforced concrete structures, everything is penetrated Xaver 800. Although like Superman, this tool also has got kryptonite (weakness) it, this device can not see through solid metal. Other companies are also getting into the business vision of X-rays. Physical Optics Corporation offers a handheld device called LEXID, which can reveal contraband concealed behind walls, in cars and in other containers.
2. Ability Adhesives Spiderman To Stick On Wall.
Scientists have been working to develop a synthetic adhesive that mimics the gecko for many years, and such a discovery is very close to becoming a reality, thanks to a new method that uses microscopic plastic to create a similar structure. In all likelihood, the room will be the first destination to try a new dry adhesive. Nowadays, the idea is that the technology will help robotic exploration final frontier. This idea is entirely plausible, that the same principles can be applied to eventually replace everyday adhesive which people will start to get used to.
3. Muscle Strength Super HULK
Berkley Bionics and Lockheed Martin Human Universal Load Carrier (HULC) exoskeletons are examples of such innovations. HULC, through its titanium legs, change the wearer to be strong. Titanium leg attached to the frame backpacklike with a set of power units and small on-board microcomputer. HULC one of the most impressive features is the fact that it does not require a joystick or manual control mechanism. The device can sense the movement of the intended operator, and react as desired. Read more