- Three Nigerian fresh graduates have shaken the internet with what they built as a final year project
- The students all from Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko designed and built a remote-controlled robotic
- Photos of the robotic dog have sent social media into a frenzy as many hailed the talented young scholars
Three Nigerian students have done the unusual as a final year project.
The scholars identified as Aiyegbeni John, Adeyi Stephen and Loiki Charles created a dog that is controlled using a remote for the school work.
The graduates of physics and electronics department from Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko seemed to have used locally-sourced items in creating the robotic dog, this was observed in photos shared on Facebook.
Hailing the invention of the brilliant students as impressive, a Facebook user Ọládòkun Bólú Samuel Bigboluet shared their photos along with some snaps capturing the dog in its semi-finished state.
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Legit.ng could not ascertain the functionalities and capabilities of the remote-controlled robotic dog as of the time of making this report.
Nigerians hail the students
Olusola Anthony Duyilemi said:
"Well done guys. Proud of you and my alma mater."
DE Law wrote:
"Good job dear, pls encourage yourself ooo....cos no fertile ground in Naija ooo.
"Receive favour tho."
Adeyanju Adedamola Abiodun stated:
"Our government won't see and appreciate this creativity. Laye."
"Kudoos to you guys."
Joseph Victor remarked:
"Very impressive plz keep it up i pray U guyz are awarded beta grades!"
Onyx Oselu opined:
"They should make sure they patent it or else, it will be stolen from them."
Nigerian student builds surveillance drone as final year project
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian student had built a surveillance drone as a final year project.
Demonstrating its use in a video he shared on LinkedIn, the mechanical engineering student Tochukwu Egbujor took delight in the eventual success of the aircraft despite the challenges.
Speaking more on the challenges faced during its creation, Tochukwu while responding to comments said he and his team members had to improvise as some parts of the aircraft were difficult to work with.