Name: Dr. Kyle Pennington
Subject Expertise: Double Masters in Neurology and Cybernetics with a Doctorate in Nuclear Physics
History: Kyle was a scientist exploring alternative power sources when an accident cost him the use of his legs. Despite this set back, he managed to discover Cold Fusion and make it a viable power source that was cheap but reliable. Determined not to be stuck in a wheelchair for the rest of his life, he went back to school and got his Masters degree in Neurology and Cybernetics. He wanted a way to bridge the severed nerve tissue of his lower spine.
He succeeded in his goal just last year, he was the first test subject for the procedure. It was an unprecedented success. He was approached by some disabled combat veterans who wanted to know if he could help them. Some of them were quadriplegic and for one reason or another the operation that had succeeded for him and many others didn't work on all of them. So he set out to create a non-combat body suit capable of interfacing with the brain so that the user could become mobile again.
The Neuro-extension Suit was the result. His design made him an instant success in that it was light weight, slim, and fairly cheap to make. The portable cold-fusion power cell was designed to power the suit for six months to a year on a gallon of water.
Prototype: NESy - Designed for quadriplegic people to walk again.