ReutersJanuary 14, 2021 three:15:09 am
(Reuters) – In case you or your workers have a job that requires standing for lengthy intervals of time, Japanese startup Archelis might have the gadget for you.
The ‘archelisFX’, whose identify derives from the Japanese for ‘walkable chair’, is a wearable exoskeleton on show at this yr’s CES digital gadget and expertise honest. Attaches to the legs and disperses the person’s physique weight.
That makes standing up much less tiring and might ease again and leg ache for manufacturing facility staff, surgeons and others who want to face for hours, the corporate says.
“It permits folks to stroll or transfer whereas sporting it and folks can simply put it on no matter their physique form or dimension,” stated Katsuhiko Saho, Archelis enterprise improvement supervisor.
Archelis stated the product will launch this yr, with a retail value of round $ 5,000.
(Reuters TV reporting, written by Rosalba O’Brien; modifying by Diane Craft)
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