HMIL - AZCentral/12News Morning news with Katey Rusch

9-18-2014

Thanks to AZCentral/12News for putting together an awesome piece featuring yours truly! Great job Katey!

 

HMIL - JetPack on Fox News "Fox and Friends!

9-14-2014

Fox News has featured the JetPack!  Thank you to Fox and Friends for putting together a great segment and asking some great questions!


HMIL - JetPack makes the Discovery Channel!

8-29-2014

Today ASU and the Human Machine Integration Lab have been featured on one of the best television networks of ALL TIME! That's right..... The Discovery Channel has featured HMIL's Jason Kerestes in an 8 minute long segment covering a high speed shoot out of one of his devices called Jet Pack.  Watch the Jet Pack put a substantial unfair advantage on the slower runner!  Check out http://www.discovery.ca/Video?vid=429595 or click on the picture below!


HMIL on the Discovery Channel!

HMIL - Jet Pack Featured on ASU Website!

8-28-2014

Today ASU Research Matters released the newest video covering a test of the ultra light, thrust producing, running augmentation device called the JET PACK.  Go to ASU.edu/Research Matters or watch the clip below!


HMIL - Featured on the Discovery Channel

6-17-2014

Thats Right! We recently finished filming a segment for the Discovery Channel. Check back soon for more details on the up coming episode. 

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HMIL - Develops New Jet Pack to Augment Human Capabilities

1-5-2014

Researchers Thomas Sugar Phd. and Jason Kerestes have developed a "Jet Pack" to assist in human locamotion. The device is still in early testing, however it has already demonstrated dramatic improvements to test subjects abilities.
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HMIL - Demonstrates Metabolic Augmentation @ ARL

9-23-2013

Data has just come in! The most recent tests at the Army Ressearch Laboratory at Aberdeen Prooving Grounds comfirms ASU's newest device effectively reduces the metabolic cost for running at high speeds. The device, coined "Air Legs" because of its utilization of pnuematic cylinders at the back of the thigh, proved its capabilities during human subject testing at ARL, demonstrating over a 10% reduction in metabolic cost for high speed running when compared to NO DEVICE AT ALL.