One million dollars can certainly buy you a lot of great stuff, but how’s about an exosuit that allows for up to one hour of underwater exploring. Yes, you heard correctly. The Exosuit is the future of ocean exploration and sets a new standard for any diving suits currently on the market. Developed and built in North Vancouver by Nuytco Research Ltd, this Samus-like exosuit as constructed from hard metal that allows divers to operate safely down to a depth of 1000 feet and yet still have exceptional dexterity and flexibility to perform a whole range of tasks.
The intricate technology and engineering that went into this deep diving exosuit allows for an automatic atmospheric (ADS) to maintain a cabin pressure of the surface while still allowing the suit to fluently bend and move as intended thanks to the unique rotary joint invented by Phil Nuytten.
Weighing between the 500-600 LBS range, depending on its configuration, the suit provides around 50 hours of oxygen thanks to its two redundant oxygen system. A backup battery is also in place with automatic change over on power failure. The suit also features a full duplex communication package, a 1250 feet umbilical cord, Newtsun LED lights, and an Imagex scanning sonar. [Learn More]