A 15-year-old African Inventor wows MIT Engineers by inventing batteries, generators and transmitters, using spare parts from the trash bin.
The 15-year-old inventor named Kelvin “DJ Focus” Doe from Sierra Leone west of Africa. A place where electricity will come once in a week and the rest of the days are blackout.
“They call me DJ Focus because I believe if you focus, you can do an invention perfectly,” Doe said.
The young inventor developed skills personally after he realized what he needs and what his community needs too. Kelvin starts to build this home-made power source generators and transmitters to power lights in people houses and he established his personal radio station.
The 15-year-old inventor “DJ Focus” broadcast information as well as plays songs to his neighbor from his home based radio station.
Kelvin is the youngest individual in history to be asked to visit “Visiting Practitioner’s Program” at MIT. THNKR had exclusive interview to Kelvin in a life-changing experience for visiting the US for the first time and learn to discover great potentials for his future, for his country, for the mankind.
The 15-year-old inventor wants is only to help his family and his community, watch the video below.