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Robot running on rubbish

Hello! My name is Michal and I'm from Poland. This is first time I participate in Dr E Challenge.
This is a short film how my robot works.


This is my robot. It would be a grat idea if we could power car by rubbish instead fuel. World would be less polluted for sure. Who would like to live in that world? Definitely I would!

1 Comment

  1. bbratzel

    A car that uses rubbish as fuel as a great idea. I love that it changes direction based upon the rubbish it is fed!

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