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The Power of Technology Behind Real Superheroes [Infographic]

9 Mar 2013 by

Real Superheroes

There is more to superhero powers than you think. A superhero and its abilities has inspired not only ordinary people to become real life superheroes but has also inspired the world to develop more advanced gadgets that can help save lives. Have you ever wondered what these real superheroes will be capable of? The infographic featured today firstly looks at the real power of superheroes and how human beings can participate in Parkour training in order to develop their human abilities. It also looks at how the U.S. the government has invested time and money to develop Iron Man soldiers and Exoskeletons and how such technological advancements are beneficial to the real world. 

Furthermore it is not only the military that is getting benefit from such technologies, gadgets are advancing too, with more Batman like gadgets and superhero clothing we may soon look and do things like real superheroes. It is great to see the use of superhero power of technology for people with disabilities. Thanks to technologies developed to transform an ordinary person into a superhero kind of thing, countless people with amputees are running faster than even the Flash from DC Comics.

It will also quite interesting to analyze the evolution and future use of these superhero technologies – as Peter Parker (Spiderman) would have said “with great power comes great responsibility”!

power of technology

Infographic courtesy of Dialtosave.co.uk!


Heather Johnson

Heather Johnson is an author, designer for print and web who is inspired by beautiful book covers, well-designed fonts and interior design. Also a lover of chocolate chip cookies and indie music.


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