At a glance, you might think that it’s a CG rendering of an upcoming Iron Man movie, but it’s really the result of someone’s homemade War Machine armor. The creator of this suit used high-impact urethane for the armor, cutting it into plates, and joining them with some 1,500 rivets and washers. The Arc reactor and faceplace light up thanks to the batteries that are hidden within the suit itself. A button is also hidden within the suit, allowing the wearer to open and close the helmet, just like the read War Machine. In case you’re wondering, it took about a month and $4,000 to create this, which is incredibly cool. Now all we have to do is wait for someone to come up with real robots that look like this.
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