Transcript for Kidventor: The Anti-Bully Backpack
Are you smarter than a fifth grader? Well, you might want to wait until you meet our next guest before you answer that question. It's "Kidventor." 11-year-old came up with a solution to bullying. Please welcome today's kidventor Makai from Atlanta, Georgia. Oh, yeah. Kai, hey, what's up? I love it. That energy -- Makai, first of all, that energy was great, wasn't it, everybody? So, Makai, let us know what's your invention and how did you come up with it. My invention is anti-bullying backpack. With a camera so your parents can see what's happening at all times with your child. Can you show how that works? First on your phone, the device, go to the anti-bullying backpack app. Turn on your rechargeable battery pack, then sync up the cameras and you'll be good to go. Can you pretend you're at school? At school around the kids. Right now, it's looking at me, guys. It's looking at you guys as well. Everything's working out good So the parents can see everything going on. Everything. Even if a kid's trying to hit you perfect. Come on back, come on back. You have to let us know, what's the story behind creating this backpack? The story behind the backpack is me and my dad, we were sitting in the car and he's like, what are you going to make for the science fair? I don't know. The topic on the radio was bullying. I'm a bullying victim. Let's make something with camera. Backpacks, kids bring them to school all day. Combine the two and create the anti-bullying backpack. Makai, not only did you solve a personal issue of your own, because I heard you say you were a bullying victim yourself -- And Makai, success is the best revenge. Man, you're good, man. I feel like, what was I doing with my life when I was a kid? Not enough. Not enough at all. We also have Makai's parents here. You must -- you both must be so proud. So proud. Of your son. So proud. Just think that this came from a conversation in your car. Amazing. Has he always been assertive and on top of stuff and creative? Absolutely. When he was just a little bit, he was taking apart toys, tinkering with things, re-creating things. Makai -- I have a mechanics shop. You have a mechanics shop. I have a mechanics shop. Makai plays with tools. It runs in the family. It runs in the family. Thank you for sharing. As we all just witnessed in his walkout he's a bright light in this world, clearly a smart one as well. Makai, thank you. Thank you. We'll be back on Friday for our week roundup, we're so excited to have you. And congratulations on this. Yes. We'll see you on Friday. Don't go anywhere. We'll be right back.
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