Unmanned potato — man’s best friend
Polish engineer Bachinski Marek (Marek Baczynski) turned an ordinary potato into an unmanned robot on wheels. Potatoes can be used as a source of electricity, but its capacity is too small to start the engine. So enthusiast using a capacitor. After 15 minutes of charging energy is enough to break up and drive eight centimeters. Next would have to wait, and the day with breaks for charging, the robot will overcome to 7.5 meter distance. To make the potatoes a self-governing, added to the system chip circuit for an arbitrary choice of direction. According to the author of the video, from potatoes make a great pet. In the end, she still got the plate, but in its place will come the other.
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