- Ghanaian creative Asare Bright has constructed Yutong and VVIP buses with functioning lights and fans
- The 18-year-old Senior High School student uses discarded scraps to remake his cars and other electronic gadgets
- Asare Bright talked about his journey, future plans and how his current creations work
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Asare Bright, 18, a young Ghanaian creative’s passion for electronics is rapidly gaining him attention after manufacturing moving cars from discarded objects including scraps.
With no formal education in engineering or any related courses, Bright has constructed moving AB Yutong and VVIP buses and a remake of Kantanka’s luxury open-top Bugatti.
From Berekum Kato in the Brong Ahafo in Ghana, the young creative is using his rare talent to manufacture cars and other electronic gadgets.
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Briefly.co.za gathered that he taught himself how to manufacture these stunning electronics and single-handedly builds his moving cars using scraps and plastics.
The student reveals that he derives inspiration from real cars to build similar designs and uses motors from other gadgets to motorise his recreated cars.
''I love Yutong buses and I look at real cars to recreate them.’’
With his natural God-given talent, Bright is able to fix modern gadgets including sophisticated objects such as drones.
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Bright revealed that his first attempt at building a Yutong bus encountered obstacles. He said the bus couldn't move so he had to find a way to get the bus to move.
He had to use a motor from a hairdryer to motorise the bus to enable it to turn left, right and reverse as well.
Explaining how his recreated VVIP bus works, Bright said the bus has a functioning engine, remote and a sensor that can be used to operate the bus.
The bus also has a working light and fan that functions perfectly.
He said the bus is convenient and financially sustainable because it uses rechargeable batteries.
Bright currently lives with his father and assists him on his farm to provide food to feed the family.
The rare creative noted that accessing tools and scraps to build is his immediate challenge while indicating that he needs help to receive training in engineering to advance his natural skills.
Bright highlights his journey, future, how his recreated cars work and other inventions.
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