Japanese firm unveil their bionic legs

Take a look at this... bionic legs are made for walking.

Japan's second largest car maker thinks they can help their workers on the factory floor.

The walking assist device is what Honda is calling its experimental robot legs.

They are expected to help people who work standing or in a crouching position for a long periods of time.

[Jun Ashihara, Researcher]:
"We're thinking more of using this device in the industrial field. There's demand from the factory floors to make it less tiring for workers that work standing up or crouching all day."

The gadget helps by redistributing body weight and lightening the burden on workers legs.