Pro-cyborg Daiwa House Industry Co. of Japan has developed a cyborg exoskeleton that is not just the stuff of science fiction--it will be going on sale and lease(!) next year. The suit was designed for people who have difficulty moving limbs under their own power, such as the elderly and infirm. When the wearer attempts to move a particular limb, the suit reads their brainwaves and activates motors in the suit to obey the command.
The suit does not think or move on its own; it is a true tool. Now if only they could get some designers on it, so wearing it wouldn't make you look like one (see photo, above).