This November Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be released to the public. If you watch the trailer like I did, you will see something fascinating. Displays of seamless technology, responsive, powerful, and feasible! The reason I say feasible is because all of the images below, which are from current modern games and movies, have a real world counterpart being prototyped in labs that exist all around the world today.
So let’s look at other examples, such as Xbox’s Titanfall and Halo.
Then we see Master Chief from Halo who has a very muscular suit on underneath his armor. It appears to mimic DARPA’s Soft Exoskeleton suit.
My argument is, our outlets via sci-fi or video games are extensions of the now, in the real world of development and testing. All of the following concepts above WILL be commercial products within the next 20 years minimum. Sooner if they are made by folks who build it at home, like these young men who built their own exoskeletons:
David Marini is an Ephemeralization Designer and Co-Founder of QFAZE. He is looking to inspire and promote the concept of Hyloponics (matter working), and bleeding edge ideas that go well beyond Post-Humanism.