A man in a small village in Bali, Indonesia claimed to have invented a bionic arm that responds to brain commands has gone viral.
Nyuhtebel Village in Karangasem is the home of the man who has been dubbed "cyborg" or "Iron Man" by netizens.
31-year-old Wayan Sumardana is a welder narrated he just woke up one day losing sensations in his left arm.
His doctors couldn't detect what was wrong with him just like the shamans.
He was in confusion because he didn't know what to do.
"For two months I couldn't work at all. I was stressed out. I had no money left. Then I got the idea to create this machine."
KAMI learned about this news from TNP.
He has never been to universities but is fond of electrical engineering.
He worked as a repairman of household electronics and is also a welder.
According to him, the bionic arm he built was made of scrap metals, a lithium battery, gear wheels, dynamo cables and other electronic components.
Many journalists from all over the world went to visit him for an interview.
"It's like a lie detector machine. I send a signal from my brain and that message is captured by the machine and it makes my arm move."
"It is simple and anyone could make it and I am not brilliant," he adds.
Though this looks promising there are still who doubts about the authenticity of his inventions.
This man's strong will and determination to go on with his life despite having obstacles is simply inspiring.