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MIT Student Creates Real Life Batman Utility Belt

By Chris V. Thangham     Feb 15, 2007 in Entertainment
MIT Student creates a battery powered rope ascender, by which one can climb 50 feet in five seconds with a capacity to lift 250 lbs weight.
Nathan Ball, an MIT graduate student, has created a battery-powered rope ascender, which is just a fancy name for Batman's utility belt. Ball and his team were challenged to create a 25-pound package capable of lifting 250 pounds 50 feet into the air in five seconds or less and after nearly two and a half years of research they finally did it.
Nathan Ball created this marvelous ATLAS Powered Rope Ascender, he makes climbing so easy, will come in handy for a variety of applications.
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