Mohammad Shiad, a seventeen-year-old student designed a robot based on plastic materials. He named it Pathooty as it moved in a specified path. This 12th-standard computer science student designed a robot to serve food newspapers at home. It becomes a star at Vegnad village, Kannur, Kerala. Mohammad Shiad’s friend Arjun helped him with the construction of the Robot.
Siad used household appliances like stool, plates, and other plastics along with technologies like an Ultrasonic sensor, MIT app, and Admega Micro Controller. Shiad’s father told that the total cost for the design and development of the Pathooty robot is about Rs. 10,000.
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