Е, не е точно power armor, защото няма захранване и не увеличава силата на носещия го, но все пак си е футуристичен боен костюм:
Hamilton Spectator » From bears to bullets: Inventor hopes to sell armour suit to the military
Troy Hurtubise, the Hamilton-born inventor who became famous for his bulky bear-protection suit by standing in front of a moving vehicle to prove it worked, has now created a much slimmer suit that he hopes will soon be protecting Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan and U.S. soldiers in Iraq.
The whole suit – which draws design inspiration from Star Wars, RoboCop, Batman and video games – is made from high-impact plastic lined with ceramic bullet protection over ballistic foam.
Its many features include compartments for emergency morphine and salt, a knife and emergency light. Built into the forearms are a small recording device, a pepper-spray gun and a detachable transponder that can be swallowed in case of trouble.
Dangling between the legs, that would be a clock.
В статията има и две снимки на костюма. На едната може да се забележи въпросният часовник. Интересно какво точно е накарало изобретателя да го сложи там. 🙂