To learn more about the sea life that resides in the deepest depths of the ocean, scientists first have to be able to resist the eye-popping water pressure that exists hundreds of feet below the surface. Clearly, this is not possible with currently available diving equipment that permits users to regularly dive only 30 meters below the surface. Humans can dive further, but these excursions have specific limitations, particularly regarding time.Nuytco Reseach has created the Exosuit, an atmospheric diving system (ADS) goes well beyond the limitations of our current equipment. Weighing 240 kg, Exosuit is an aluminum alloy suit that would allow users to study marine life at depths of up to 305 meters for up to 50 hours at a time. 18 rotary joints will allow the pilot flexibility, while pressure-sensitive foot pads enable the pilot to control the thrusters and move in multiple directions. The best news is that there is one suit already in existence, and it will be tested as a scientific tool soon.