Most CRAZY Superhero Gadgets That Exist TODAY!
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Most CRAZY Superhero Gadgets That Exist TODAY!

August 9, 2019

From having wolverine’s bionic claws to
Superman’s X-ray vision, here are 11 superhero gadgets that actually exist!! 11. Spiderman Gloves Have you ever wanted to be like Spiderman
and run or climb up walls with only your hands and feet? Why not? Spiderman was my favorite superhero when I
was little so I definitely have! In New York, engineers at Cornell University
invented a palm-sized gadget to allow you to do just that. It uses the surface tension in water to create
a reverse-adhesive bond to stick to glass, wood, and brick. Soon, they’ll be able to put this technology
on gloves and shoes to give the wearer Spiderman-like abilities. The inspiration, though, didn’t come from
our friendly, neighborhood webslinger. It was actually inspired by a palmetto tortoise
beetle. Native to Florida, this beetle uses surface
tension from tiny, pore-sized droplets of secreted oil at the top of its legs to climb
and stick to surfaces. Scientists also discovered that the more holes
containing water, the stronger the suction became. The theory, then, is that if they made the
holes containing water thinner than the width of a human hair, then there would be enough
suction to hold an entire person to a surface. However, there’s a problem: unsticking. If something is that strong, it would be harder
to peel yourself away from the wall. Scientists believe they already have a solution
for that: an electrical field. The field reverses the suction, allowing the
person to unstick themselves from the wall, on demand. 10. Iron Man Exoskeleton Are you jealous of Iron Man? Well now you can be Iron Man yourself!! Some military geniuses have created an Iron
Man exoskeleton. Coined “Iron Man” – I think you got it
by now- it is meant to help humans become stronger. This exoskeleton increases a soldier’s mobility
and strength using basic robotics. These robotics enhance and multiply whatever
movement the soldier makes. That means a normal punch that would leave
only a bruise, can now break through thick wooden planks. Soldiers can lift rockets and rocket launchers
as if they were shotguns. That puts the exoskeleton closer to a real
life Mech. On top of that, the exoskeleton can also fly,
though it wouldn’t be able to do the extreme aerial acrobatics that Marvel’s Iron Man
is known for. Another exoskeleton, in development by the
US Army, has a Terminator twist to it. Called the Tactical Assault Light Operator
Suit, or TALOS, the suit would be made of a liquid armor that would solidify on command. Not only would it shield the wearer against
harm but it will also enhance the wearer’s strength. We are getting close to real human/robot hybrids! And now for number 9, but first be sure to
subscribe if you haven’t already!! 9. Batman Armor and Helmet Batman’s superpower is the fact that he’s
rich, and he can fight really well in his awesome suit. In keeping with that, this armor and helmet
is also ridiculously expensive. It is also bullet-proof, light, agile, and
comes with visual displays. And when I say it’s agile, I mean it. The wearer can run and flip around freely
without worrying about it wearing you down! Developed by the Air Force, the armor and
helmet are called the Battlefield Air Targeting Man-Aided kNowledge, or BATMAN for short. Yes, I know “knowledge” starts with a
“k” but someone really wanted the acronym to be Batman. And can you blame them? Batmak kind of misses the whole point… The armor was created to modernize the gear
commandos use while on combat missions. It had to protect but also be light and covert. While a commando would normally carry 160
pounds of equipment, the BATMAN decreases the amount of weight. The visual displays come from a small computer
near the chest and help the soldier know their logistical position and which tactics to use
in any situation. Finally, the suit has an option to recharge
its batteries using the Bat Hook. No, not kidding. It’s really called that. It’s a hook that you can throw onto a power
line, and the hook connects to the grid, which recharges the suit. The only thing this thing is missing is a
utility belt. 8. Myo Armband Let’s switch from the military to civilians. Have you ever wanted to use the Force? Star Wars mania is sweeping the world right
now, with hundreds of children—and adults—pretending to use the Force on each other or objects. But what if you really could? Well, if you’re willing to shell out $200
dollars, you can. The Myo Armband controls your computer and
electronic devices around you just by gesturing. Unfortunately, it doesn’t open doors or
toss aside annoying coworkers. The Myo Armband does allow you to control
drones, which is pretty cool. How does it work? The armband reads the electrical activity
generated by your muscles. The device is compatible with Windows, Mac,
IOS, and Android via wireless connection. So what are you waiting for?? 7. Rocket Belt Fly like a superhero! Ever since Bell Labs built the first rocket
belt in 1953, everyone has known they would be a part of our future. However, it seemed like rocket belts would
never be up for commercial sale because of their weight and exorbitant costs. Not to mention they could only carry enough
fuel for a one-minute trip so…. However, a Mexican start-up called Mexican
Aerospace Technology, or TAM, sells a custom-built rocket belt for only $250,000. The price includes not only the belt but also
flight and maintenance training. The belt doesn’t run on normal fuel but
instead uses hydrogen peroxide and it weighs between 124 to 139 pounds. However, it only provides thirty seconds of
flight. Another company based in Colorado, called
Jetpack International, claims to have the world’s longest-flying rocket belt. It lasts a whole three seconds longer in the
air than the TAM belt. Like TAM, their rocket belt uses hydrogen
peroxide and weighs close to 139 pounds. It’s also slightly less expensive, with
the device and training costing about $155,000. Yikes! Both companies have plans to make larger packs
that burn different fuels to allow for increased flight times. TAM is working on a propane-burning jet belt
while Jetpack International plans to use old-fashioned jet fuel. If everything works out, then potential superheroes
can stay aloft for 19 minutes or more. Almost there! 6. Pyro Fireshooter This is for all you admirers of Fantastic
Four’s Human Torch. Like him, you can shoot fireballs from your
hands thanks to the Pyro Fireshooter or its latest model, the Pyro Mini Fireshooter. These flames aren’t enough to melt a wall
of ice but it’ll certainly make lighting a campfire infinitely more cool. The device costs about $100 dollars and the
creators also claim that they are perfectly safe to use. The secret is the flash paper tucked into
the barrels of the shooter. This specially treated tissue paper burns
quickly. Magicians and illusionists have long used
flash paper in their acts when they need a tiny burst of fire so you shouldn’t worry
about burning anyone to death accidentally. I hope. 5. Kangaroo Jumps Jump over tall buildings in a single bound! Okay, maybe not yet. But close! This gadget could probably help you jump a
fence! But it can’t help you much higher than that. Kangaroo Jumps look like something out of
an 80’s sci-fi movie. They add inches to your height, and help with
jumping. However, they were originally invented to
lower joint impact while running. They’re a great tool for losing weight because
they double the rate of calorie burn when you’re working out. So, not only do you feel like a superhero
but you’re also doing your body some good! Phil Dunphy would definitely approve!! 4. X-Ray Vision Like Superman you, too, can have x-ray vision!! Well, to point, of course. You won’t be able to use actual x-rays and
I don’t think you really want to go that far. Too much exposure to x-rays causes cancer. Scientists, though, have found a good alternative
and created the T5000 from Thruvision. So, even better! The T5000 is a terahertz imaging system that
can see through clothes. Inventors of the T5000 built on technology
developed by the European Space Agency. The T5000 was originally designed for use
in airports. There isn’t a portable version, unfortunately. It can spot concealed explosives, narcotics,
weapons, plastics, and ceramics from 80 feet, which eliminates the need to step through
a scanner. 3. Invisibility Cloak If you’re a fan of Harry Potter or the Fantastic
Four, you’ll love this one! Well, Japanese scientists may have created
your heart’s desire. Scientists at Tokyo University in Japan have
invented a poncho-like coat capable of rendering its wearer invisible. Well, as invisible as possible outside of
a comic book or movie. They used a special type of “retro-reflective
material” to create the coat. It only works in conjunction with a camera. The camera, which is behind the person, reflects
the background onto the coat, causing the wearer to blend in. Think of it like extreme camouflage. You’d think something like this was invented
for military purposes but actually the reason might surprise you. It was actually made to help surgeons see
patients’ bodies all the way through. So, instead of camouflage, it’s an extreme
x-ray. Pilots can also use the technology to make
the floors of their planes appear transparent in order to help with landings. That sounds a little scary! To see the bottom of the plane like a glass
bottom boat, would you want that? The Japanese aren’t the only ones working
on something like this. Scientists in the US and UK have developed
a technology that is less like the moderate invisibility by the Japanese and more like
true invisibility. Using photonic crystals, scientists from Imperial
College London and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany created a real cloak. They used it to conceal a small bump on a
gold surface. They likened it to hiding something under
a carpet, only they made the carpet disappear. Right now, they’re only able to do this
on a microscopic level. However, they hope to one day replicate it
on a much larger scale so we can use it in the future! 2. MyoWare Bionic Claws Wolverine and his claws can now be yours! The company who created the MyoWare muscle
sensor celebrated the launch of the device’s fourth generation by creating a step-by-step
tutorial on how to create bionic claws. The tutorial involves 3D printing and the
MyoWare sensor. It works by the device sensing when you flex
your forearm muscles. This extends the 4-inch claws a fraction of
a second later! There’s also a locking mechanism if you
want the claws to stay out while keeping your muscles flexed. Just find a local print shop and get the sensor
and you are good to go! More detailed instructions are on their website,
don’t just go off of what I say… 1. Telepathy Maybe you don’t want to fly or set things
on fire with the flick of a wrist. Maybe you’ve always admired Professor X
and his mental powers. Well, telepathy is an ability that may be
part of our future. Researchers at Duke University used neural
implants to send electrical signals from one rat’s brain to another rat’s brain. The signal was to make one push a lever and
it worked! Unfortunately, human experimentation is still
a ways off. Actually, I think fortunately! However, a scientist in the UK, Christopher
James achieved the first brain to brain telepathic conversation!! He placed electrodes on the subject’s scalp
(his daughter was the subject) and had her imagine moving an arm or leg. James said: “I only used scalp electrodes
on my daughter, since my wife wouldn’t let me drill holes in my daughter’s head”. He later performed other experiments with
more subjects and had people imagine performing simple actions. This action translated into a flashing light
signal and was sent to the other person’s brain, causing the other subject to complete
the action. It’s not exactly Professor Xavier sending
complicated instructions using the power of his brain but it’s a start. Thanks for watching! What superhero gadget are you hoping for? Let us know in the comments below! Be sure to subscribe and see you next time!!

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  2. 9:10 So spider-man homecoming can be real?! Like the spider-gloves, the iron man suit, the vulture's jetpack and the camouflage plane!

  3. Hi there, I am hoping someone would develop a set of bird wings belts to attach to ones back. That would allow its wearer to become airborne

  4. Actually Batman trained as a ninja for most of his life yes he’s rich but no also superman has heat rays not X-rays

  5. when you start out saying "having wolverine's bionic claws" I can't help but feel any information divulged in this video is ether non-factual. or not being informed to us viewers in proper context….. normally i'm inclined to think the later of the two choices. but that statement right there says volumes otherwise

  6. Hang on! 'do you want wolverines BIONIC CLAWS'….. 'Harry potter of the fantastic 4' what are you play at?
    Nerds around the world are being sent into fits of rage!

  7. What a STUPID VIDEO ! From the start, # 1 states, SOON they will invent it and he able to put it in gloves & shoes. Obviously, IT DOESNT EVEN EXIST !

  8. Leaders r evil and Deprive us of true life they are pure evil makes me not want to live I feel weak now thanks for nothing.

  9. dr Cristopher james looks like doctor octavius from spiderman!hahahahaha!! *not trying to missrispect his actual genius just to be clear!

  10. I think i have an abnormality , im not over weight , i keep getting heavier , im around 5ft 9 inches tall ,
    And weight 230 lbs and im not over weight i feel like a walking skeleton of iron ,

  11. Actually, I find the exoskeleton quite useful (especially during sex). It will save you from back pain for sure.

  12. For the jetpacks they should use fossil fuel or rocket fuel with high combustion engines to get a better sense of flight than the other jetpacks in their domain

  13. Exoskeleton isn't my favorite one but think about it the exoskeleton for military purposes and Call of Duty Advanced Warfare

  14. i would not care if they could make spider-man gloves i would be crazy climbing the side of a building

  15. Really seriously these things are completely totally impossible and people flying in iron man suits or just wearing a thing on their head just to control a iron man suit the technology like that will be possible in the future in many years from now and none of us will be alive to see it happen or even experience it

  16. 90 percent of what this woman said is false. She is so off on her facts. Dont listen to this. Lmao. Wow. Research

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