Into the Deep
Nuytco Research Ltd., a Canadian technology firm, developed a hard metal dive suit, dubbed Exosuit, that enables users to work at depths down to 1,000 feet (305 meters), without needing to spend time in a decompression chamber after they return to the surface.
Here are some photos of Nuytco Research's futuristic-looking Exosuit.
The ExoSuit, developed by Nuytco Research Ltd., is a hard metal suit that allows divers to operate safely down to a depth of 1,000 feet (305 meters), while maintaining dexterity and flexibility to perform delicate work.
A diver is pictured underwater wearing Nuytco Research Ltd.'s Exosuit.
A diver demonstrates how to operate the Exosuit underwater.
The back of Nuytco Research's Exosuit holds the shell's oxygen systems.
Tools of the Trade
Nuytco Research's Exosuit also comes with accessories, including this claw-type device.
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Denise Chow was the assistant managing editor at Live Science before moving to NBC News as a science reporter, where she focuses on general science and climate change. Before joining the Live Science team in 2013, she spent two years as a staff writer for Space.com, writing about rocket launches and covering NASA's final three space shuttle missions. A Canadian transplant, Denise has a bachelor's degree from the University of Toronto, and a master's degree in journalism from New York University.