Augmentation involves the use of technology to perform human behaviour. Various techniques are assigned to human behavior. Its subcategories include “motor augmentation, enhanced force and movement, voice input, gaze-based control, teleoperation, telepresence, and more” (Raisamo, Rakkolainen, Majaranta, Salminen, Rantala, and Farooq, 2019). As with augmented sensation, technologies that support enhanced movement can compensate for, complement, or exceed human agency. Prosthetics are an example of technology used to compensate for human behavior. They restore the properties of amputated limbs. On the other hand, exoskeleton technology complements human behavior, for example when manually handling goods. The use of virtual exoskeleton technology helps humans go beyond their capabilities, allowing them to perform operations remotely, especially in environments that are too dangerous for human operators.