A Homemade Robot in Togo

Sam Todo, a student in Togo, creates a working robot out of old TV parts and other used electronics.

(h/t Maneno)

Author: Erik Hersman

Erik is the owner of White African, a blog about technology and Africa. He is the co-founder of Zangu, a new web and mobile phone application that he hopes will change communication in Africa. AfriGadget is another web project of his, not that he doesn't have enough of those already...

13 thoughts on “A Homemade Robot in Togo”

  1. Amazing! This is a fantastic example of someone who has mastered positive thinking and is taking it to the next level. Old TV parts? What a great way to build something new, from something old. Great work Sam!

  2. Excellent! How to help him get his works recorded in text form as well. I’m inspired to use old computer parts that I am trying to find a refurbisher for~ I built my robot from a magazine subscription >-<

  3. This is a very good documentary film about how other nations are interested in science and technology. I hope he gets help from other developed nations for his project.

  4. Hey Sam, this is unbelievable, When demonstrating his LAW, Isaac Newton concluded “Give me a lever, where to stand and I will move the world” same thing brother, go on move the world!!!

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