Computerized Man – ArrowBot
4.5 feet x 3.3 feet
By Aditya Nandan, Kushal Agarwal, Navansh Mankar, Shourya Singh & Swarit Varshney
from, The Scindia School, Fort Gwalior
Old Monitor, mouse, keyboards, wires, CPU’s, waste materials, UPS, iron rod, waste metal sheet, springs, waste plastic, etc.
Introducing the ArrowBot, a revolutionary robot made entirely out of e-waste that is designed to assist in warfare without harming innocent civilians. Amid the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the ArrowBot offers a glimmer of hope for a more humane approach to combat.
Unlike traditional weapons of war, the ArrowBot utilizes precision-targeting technology to
accurately direct its arrows toward military targets, while minimizing the risk of collateral
damage. Equipped with advanced sensors and real-time data analysis, the ArrowBot can
quickly identify and track enemy combatants, without putting civilians in harm’s way.
Constructed entirely out of recycled electronic waste, the ArrowBot embodies a sustainable and
eco-friendly approach to combat technology. By repurposing discarded electronic
components, the ArrowBot not only reduces environmental impact but also provides a cost-effective solution to military operations.
The ArrowBot is not just a weapon, it’s a symbol of hope for a better future. It offers a glimpse
of what’s possible when we combine technological innovation with ethical considerations. It
represents a step towards a more humane and sustainable approach to warfare, one that values human life above all else.
Price: Rs. 1,00,000/-
The team with ArrowBot.
From left to right, Swarit Varshney, Shourya Singh, Aditya Nandan, Kushal Agarwal & Navansh Mankar.
Archival Digital Print for A2 size:
On Hahnemuehle photo rag: Rs. 3,750/-
On Hahnemuehle canvas: Rs. 4,550/-