AAUA final year students build robotic dog that’s controlled with remote

Three final year students of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko (AAUA), Ondo state, have achieved a significant feat in the world of robotics.

The trio namely; Aiyegbeni John, Adeyi Stephen and Loiki Charles, built a robotic dog as part of their final year project.

According to the graduating students of Physics and Electronics Departments, they came together to share ideas on how best they can make a robotic dog their final year project.

They also revealed that the dog is able to move with the aid of a remote pad.

Nigerians commended them on the innovation and gave suggestions on how to improve.

Holadokun said: I dedicate this to all young talents out there!. Also Adekunle Ajasin University Students and Alumni.

Siggynigeria: This is really innovative. Kudos!

HitlerGaddafi: There’s a difference between building and assembling.

Vulcanheph: Since this is just prototype, there was absolutely no need for him to waste time in making look lifelike (he’s an engineer, not a visual artist)….. He could have just concentrated in making it able to move well, take and understand commands commands etc

dollynnn: Waoh! Quite impressive! We are getting there

amSTARboy: Make Calabar man no jam dis 1

christejames: This is highly innovative, this are the kind of people and projects the government should support in our tertiary institutions. I will advice the government to create a trust fund for such or make TetFund to look into this aspect of educational growth.


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