The Guy Who Built His Own Real Iron Man Suit And He Got Guinness World Record 2018


1)  An inventor who built a real-life Iron Man suit so that he could fly through the air like Tony Stark has earned himself a world record.


On a dramatic day at Lagoona Park, Reading, British entrepreneur Richard Browning achieved a speed of 32.02 mph (51.53 km/h) on his third timed attempt, before mistiming a turn and dropping into the lake.



2) He has been awarded the Guinness World Records title for the fastest speed in a body-controlled jet engine power suit - a brand new title created just for him.
Browning's suit, known as Daedalus , consists of a specially designed exoskeleton, four arm-mounted gas turbine engines and two hip-mounted gas turbine engines.
3) He claims that Daedalus will eventually be capable of flying at several hundred miles per hour , and at thousands of feet. "I've got this vision. It sounds audacious, but let's just stick it out there," said Browning during a Ted Talk earlier this year.
4) Browning's company, Gravity , has already secured hundreds of thousands of pounds of investment to develop Daedalus, and recently completed a series A funding round, raising another $650,000 (£500,000). As the first company to create a suit of this kind intended for commercial use, Gravity is developing protocols in line with the Civil Aviation Authority.
5) The suit includes an advanced Heads-Up Display that highlights key safety and performance information, including fuel levels and engine operation, and medical bubble detectors have been installed to alert the pilot if fuel is running low. The suit is also Wi-Fi-enabled, which allows live data streaming from the suit for both ground monitoring and the HUD system.







The Guy Who Built His Own Real Iron Man Suit And He Got Guinness World Record 2018 The Guy Who Built His Own Real Iron Man Suit And He Got Guinness World Record 2018 Reviewed by Yuvraj Kore on February 26, 2018 Rating: 5

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