More Than A Walk In The Park

If you're thinking, "What should I use to make my next Halloween costume POP?" consider Kim Graham's refinement of drywaller's stilts, Digilegs II. At $1,000.00 a pair you'll probably be the only one on your block with them!

Kim Graham

It appears that the original design came from a system developed by Dave and Lou Elsey and used in a Soccer Playing Demon TV commercial for Nike. They were later adapted by Greg Orca as pivoting mechanical leg extensions for the "Farscape" character "Namtar", Series 1 episode 9 "DNA mad scientist" from 1999.

In the following video they are being tested by Adrian Getly on the grounds of Fox Movie Studios, Moore Park in Sydney Australia.

Adrian Getly for "Farscape"