With no engineering or electronics education, this fascinating young man taught himself how to build batteries, power generators, transmitters and many other devices from things he found in the neighborhood’s garbage cans. He used scrap metal, baking soda and acid to create a battery to power his family’s home. He also broadcasts news and music on his own radio station, using an RF transmitter he created.
Researchers at the M.I.T. recognized Kelvin’s gift and invited him to be a guest resident for three weeks. He is the youngest person ever to be invited to M.I.T.
This short documentary in the THNKR’s Prodigies YouTube series tells a lot about Kelvin and his life-changing journey.
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