The inventor of the flying suit tested it and set the world speed record

Richard Browning, CEO of Gravity Industries and part-time pilot tester, got into the Guinness Book of Records by flying in a flying suit their own development through the air and at the same time speeding up to 50 kilometers per hour. Flight took place thanks to the built in in a suit kerosene impulse engine with six turbines.

The inventor of the flying suit tested it and set the world speed record The inventor of the flying suit tested it and set the world speed record

Website Book of Records says that Richard was able to set a record for the third time - it was then that he was able to develop the necessary speed, after which he fell and splashed into the lake.

The inventor of the flying suit tested it and set the world speed record

Each of the six turbines with up to 22 kilograms of thrust, allowing Browning to rise by several meters into the air and perform spectacular flight over the water surface of the lake. To control the suit does not require any controller buttons and pedals - all by using the user's body movements. The site Guinness World Records suit already compared with the armor of Iron Man, but in fact the development of Gravity Industries looks more like a modified military pilot jumpsuit, with the only difference being that the latter outfit does not include any of engines and turbines on their hands.