Rise of the machines! A talented young man built a working robot out of scrap

Rise of the machines! A talented young man built a working robot out of scrap

- Mpho has designed a working robot using only scrap

- He earns a living demonstrating his robot to tourists

- His ingenious design is impressive and well thought out

Rise of the machines! A talented young man built a working robot out of scrap

An incredibly talented inventor and designer, Mpho. Photo source: Youtube

YEN.com.gh discovered hat Mpho is an incredibly talented young inventor, he managed to create a working robot crane, which he built entirely out of spare parts which had been discarded.

Unfortunately, Mpho only earns around R180 (Ghc60) a day from donations from tourists who stop to marvel at his invention according to lekkerblog.co.za.

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He controls the robot with a complicated control panel he constructed which operates an arm and a claw which can lift and release objects. He reveals that it took him only two weeks to build.

Mpho has a contagious smile and is clearly intelligent, he is the sole breadwinner for his family of four.

Rise of the machines! A talented young man built a working robot out of scrap

The amazing robot can pick up and move this wireframe car with ease. Photo source: Youtube

His design shows a level of planning and attention to detail that most designers fail to achieve. He has tremendous potential but is sadly wasting it trying to eke a living out on the streets.

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Mpho has the potential to solve some of South Africa's challenges, give him your support, you can contact him on +27 (0) 794117949.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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