The Guide to Becoming a Superhero!

 The Guide to Becoming a Superhero!

By Guest Contributor Jenny B and the DialtoSave International team love all things geeky. We look forward to hearing your views on superhero developments!

Taking a Look at the Real Superhero Power of Technology Infographic

Have you ever wondered how you could become a superhero? Guess what it is possible to do. With your human abilities you can actually develop your skills and strength further to become just like Batman a popular human superhero. Batman is super powerful through his physical training, through strength, agility and acrobatics he can perform moves that could be seen as more skilful than a robotics hero. The infographic on the real superhero power of technology not only looks at how you can develop your human abilities like Batman but how technology has developed to the extent it can save lives.

For all you geeky nerds out there, did you know that the U.S. military have invested in developing the Iron Man soldier, inspired by the comic book character himself? Through enhanced gadgets, improved weapons and armour, lives can be saved and all through superhero inspiration. The work of the U.S Research Laboratory has created unique facilities and provided technological research in order to enhance these superhero inspirations. The economic impact is huge and has helped develop Exoskeletons; the HAL suit is a Hybrid Assistive Limb. Not only are these developments helping humans and soldiers but it is also helping those with disabilities. The London Paralympics saw real heroes emerge; athletes with amputees were running like DC ComicĂ­s the Flash.

The future looks very promising, with more advanced technology being developed and the work of the Virtual Human Interaction Lab, virtual reality can take you to another planet or another dimension just like the Green Lantern. Check out the Real Superhero Power of Technology infographic.

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Author: Jenny B and the DialtoSave International team love all things geeky. We look forward to hearing your views on superhero developments!

JP

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I'm a true child of the 80s from a small town near Cleveland, Ohio. My all time favorite topics are Star Wars, slasher films and Cleveland sports (despite the misery it causes). I narrowly avoided law school, instead choosing film school. I have been accused of being a walking IMDB, but I take it as a compliment!