Real-life Iron Man: British inventor wears flight suit to complete nearly 140km/h speed

Iron Man is alive! British inventor Richard Browning has set a world record for successfully steering a body-controlled, jet-engined, wind-driven flight suit over Britain’s Brighton Pier at 85.06mph (136.891km/h), foreign media reported.

Real-life Iron Man: British inventor wears flight suit to complete nearly 140km/h speed

Browning broke his own record of 32.02mph (51.53km/h) set in 2017. Now, he says, the suit has been completely changed since the last record was set, and now it’s printed entirely in 3D, making it lighter, stronger and smarter, and it’s also allowing pilots to fine-tune power during flight.

Browning is understood to be the founder of suit maker Gravity Industries.

“It feels like the occasional flight dream you’ve ever had in your sleep,” he says. “

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