Mar 05 2013

Real Superhero Power of Technology Infographic

Published by at 6:18 pm under Guest Articles,Research and Resources

We live in a world where technology has taken over our lives and it has got to the point where it is saving lives but where did this notion of technology saving lives come from, the answer is superheroes. Many people think of superheroes as a comic book character but there is more to them than meets the eye. Have you ever studied the abilities and power they have? If not, then this infographic below will show you what the real value of their powers and abilities are and how it can influence life in the real world.

 

From DC Comics to Marvel characters, these characters have influenced the growth of technology. The U.S army for instance has looked to them as role models when developing super human soldiers. The “Iron Man” soldiers are just one form of technological advancements and as you shall see in this real superhero powered infographic it has been a wise investment. Much research goes into developing powered technology and armour suits and this has inspired the medical community to develop products that will help those with disabilities. Superheroes have even influenced the digital world we live in, no one would have thought that Tupac would return from the dead through a hologram, but he did through the inspiration of the Green Lantern from DC Comics.

 

The world incorporates many super humans and through some real training and parkour movements you could be the next superhero.

Superhero Technology In Real Life, Part 1
Superhero Technology In Real Life, Part 2
Superhero Technology In Real Life, Part 3

Infographic courtesy of Dialtosave.

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4 Responses to “Real Superhero Power of Technology Infographic”

  1. Rawle Nyanzion 09 Mar 2013 at 5:31 pm

    I’ve generally thought of superpowers as weapons; many weapons currently in use today (rifles launching pieces of metal at supersonic speeds, bombs that cause a lethal pressure wave followed by fire, nukes that vaporize entire cities in seconds, etc.) would be “superpowers” if a person could do them without the weapon.

    Also, consider the Kuratas robot:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iZ0WuNvHr8

  2. anzon 13 Mar 2018 at 9:33 am

    i think you meant more than what meets the eye

  3. Jerry Stoneron 19 Feb 2019 at 12:16 pm

    this has been the best expirence of my life it was not only amazing but i learned that even though i am a freak of nature superhero i can be normal like a marine or a fire fighter so thamk you.

  4. Anonymouson 19 Feb 2019 at 3:38 pm

    the best superhero is trump

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