The Exhauss is a passive shoulder exoskeleton.  It is designed to assist with lifting or holding objects at or above the waistline.

In the past, the Exhauss has been tested for camera gimbal support and to assist workers move heavy boxes.


The Exhauss can be used as Steadicam, but it can be much more than that.  It has been utilized in various work environments as an industrial exoskeleton.

The long, spring tensioned arms of the Exhauss help support the arms of the user.  The weight is transferred to a harness.  This setup is designed to reduce fatigue and the risk of injury while working.

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Over the shoulder tool holding variant:

Exhauss, Made in France, website

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