Gravity Flying Suit Added Wings For Longer Range Flight

Gravity founder Richard Browning made the first successful Jet Suit flight over the Solent from the UK (Hurst Castle) to the Isle Of Wight (Fort Albert). Richard Browning has followed in the footsteps of German entrepreneur Gerhard Zucker, who tried to send mail by rocket to the Isle of Wight, in 1934. 85 years after the idea of rocket post failed.

The distance from Hurst Castle in Lymington to Fort Albert in Freshwater is 1.3 km.

3 Months Ago Gravity Worked With Adam Savage to 3D print a Bullet-proof Titanium Iron Man Flying Suit

Adam Savage has made bullet-proof Iron Man Armor using 3D printed titanium and a flying jet suit from Gravity.

It is more precisely a real-life Titanium Man (comic book enemy of Iron Man).

The US military (Special Ops) recently canceled an attempt to make real-life iron man exoskeleton armor with strength enhancement. They are looking to use components of the system to help boost the strength of joints and to increase light-weight armor protection for many soldiers.

The weapons if the military were to use these systems would be conventional guns, rifles, flame throwers, grenades and other weapons.

This would make an actual flying armored soldier more like the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) Falcon or War Machine.

Nextbigfuture interviewed Richard Browning of Gravity Jet Packs last year. They have made flying the Jet Suit far easier to fly. There is adjustment of the thrust so that as fuel is used and the flyer is getting lighter the thrust is reduced so the arms can be kept in the same position.

Winged Jet Suit will be up to ten times more fuel-efficient and enable far higher speeds. They will also allow gliding and being able to safely move past danger zones in vertical flight for safer travel.

SOURCES – Gravity, Richard Browning, Adam Savage
Written By Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com

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