Volunteers with MIT's Fab Lab program, which is part of the school's Bits and Atoms lab, helped create a Wi-Fi network in Afghanistan. They call it FabFi, and they made it from junk: wire, a plastic tub, USAID vegetable oil cans. Amy Sun, a research assistant at MIT's Fab Lab, talks to Robert Siegel about the project.
Building A Wireless Network Out Of Junk
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