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African Student Builds Robot From Old TV Parts

ByronScott (1646747) writes | more than 4 years ago

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ByronScott (1646747) writes "No matter how cool you think your childhood science projects were, Sam Todo, a student from the Togolese Republic in Africa, has probably one-upped you with his humanoid robot made almost completely out of old TV parts! Sam named the robot SAM10, and is working on making it perform feats like saying hello to people and avoiding objects in its path – ambitious goals considering that many similar robots needed to be constructed in fully-staffed, million dollar labs."
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