The purposes of this brief analysis is to direct the way to focus on the development and use of what has been termed by many as a human exoskeleton. Whereas many scientific advancements work to aid humanity, both directly and indirectly, the recent development and use of a human exoskeleton has performed such a task in a meaningful, humanitarian, and much needed way. As such, this brief discussion hopes to chronicle the growth of this technology, provide the viewer with the appreciative understanding of such development, and seek to point out the level of human dignity.So, it can be gained by its introduction to those who have been born with developmental issues, been wounded, or been subsequently partially paralyzed. As such, the following exhibits help to greet the viewer with the understanding of the growth and progression of the technology as well as to paint an outline for what type of ways that this technology could be put to use to assist the individuals mentioned.The first evidence of what would serve as the inspiration for a human exoskeleton can be understood as a type of fusion between the deep water diving suits pictured above and the naturally occurring exoskeleton of many insect species. As a means of understanding how the exoskeleton could both enhance and strengthen the experience of those that would foreseeably utilize such a suit, developers began to consider some of the applications that would be suitable for such a device. Obviously, one of the first applications that came to mind and struck the interest of some very lucrative government contracting was that of DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration). As a function of the fact that these human exoskeletons had the possibility of being able to assist combat troops in performing feats that would otherwise be unattainable with the utilization of current extant technology.