Owner and designer of BYOR, Teun, was on TV last Saturday in the new creative technical program Tik 'm aan!

In the program chain reactions are built by different teams and they compete for the title of best chain reaction builder of the Netherlands. Due to the nature of the program there is a lot of creativity and technique involved. Teun and Joris (or Roessel and Jorlando) have the mission to make it sustainable. In the first episode you see a chain reaction that represents the raw material chain of a smartphone and shows what is involved. The goal is to make people aware of all the e-waste we are piling up. The jury really liked the story of this 'almost too technical' chain reaction.

Teun, Joris and BYOR are through to the next round! The show will be broadcasted on NPO1 on Saturday 20:30 and will be hosted by Emma Wortelboer and Frank Evenblij.
Do you want to start building chain reactions yourself? We have a new package for building these machines. The package includes the chain reaction construction booklet, where you learn how to build useful elements for your reaction with BYOR!

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