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The exoskeleton will support the lower part of the body and enable the paralyzed wearer to walk using wireless electrodes attached to the head that collect brainwaves, which then signal the suit to move.
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Via: Caters Clips
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Jenga isn’t a game for the faint of heart. Unless you have the stamina, strength, and determination to succeed, you’ll be left dead in a pile of rubble. 

If you want to be a champion, you have to take risks.

Jonathan Lopez of San Bernardino, Ca knows this. When he isn’t, presumably, eating planets whole, he plays Jenga, and when he thought the game was over, he made the greatest comeback in Jenga history, pulling to bricks from the bottom of the tower. At. The. Same. Time. Check this out:

via Caters Clips
“I thought the game was basically over so decided to do something stupid but funny,” he said.

“Not too bad for a guy who has only played Jenga about 10 times in his entire life.”

We salute you, dude.

Via: Jenkem
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Lots of us played Tony Hawk: Pro Skater and expected to leave the house doing kickflip to tailslide to bluntslide to that Chad Muska beats-slide where he pulls out a boombox. But very few of us could.

Still there are skateboarders who can trump the impossible things we’ve seen in video games. One of them is Dan Mancina, a skateboarder who is legally blind.

Mancina, who’s vision started to fade at 13, only has a slight amount of peripheral vision and a cane, but he’s still able to pull off some things most could only dream of — namely skating with a smooth controlled style. That’s the real money.

But according to Spolid, that’s not all that Mancina can do. In the video compilation “Dan Mancina Does Stuff Blind,” he chops wood, throws a bullseye, and fires a machine gun. Let this be an inspiration to all of us.

via Jenkem

Check out a full interview with Mancia over at Jenkem.

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