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School Workshops

Science Project

  • Resistors in series
  • Resistors in parallel
  • To Determine the focal length of a concave mirror.
  • To Determine the focal length of a Convex mirror.
  • To show the refraction of light through a rectangular prism.
  • Dispersion of white light by the glass prism.
  • A current-carrying rod, experiences a force perpendicular to its length and the magnetic field.
  • Magnetic filed lines of a bar magnet & alignment of iron filings near a bar magnet along the field lines.
  • A pattern of concentric circles indicating the filed lines of a magnetic field around a straight conducting wire
  • To demonstrate the nature of magnetic field due to a current carrying circular loop.

Science Project

  • Calcium oxide reacts with water
  • Formation of slaked lime by the reaction of calcium oxide with water
  • Heating of salt sample on a spatula
  • To Perform and observe the action of heat on crystal ferrous sulphate
  • Formation of barium sulphate and sodium chloride
  • Metals are good conductors of electricity
  • Metals are good conductors of heat
  • To test the pH value of the given solution

Line Follower Robot

Line follower robots also known as autonomous robots, are capable of detecting the path and actuate accordingly. Through this school robotics project-based course, school kid will learn to build his/ her very own line follower robot that uses digital IR sensor to detect the black line and move accordingly in the designated path. To ease the kid’s programming learning experience, the course is equipped with scratch based block programming modules that make programming the robot super easy. So your students can build their very own line follower robot very easily.

Gesture Control Robot

Gesture controlled robots also known as accelerometer controlled robots, are capable of taking commands from a user’s hand gestures and actuate accordingly.

Through this project-based course, kids will learn to build his very own Gesture Controlled Robot that can be controlled via hand gestures with the help of an ADXL-335 accelerometer sensor. To ease the kid’s programming learning experience, the course is equipped with scratch based block programming modules that make programming the robot super easy.

Edge Detection Robot

Edge detection robots also known as vision guided robots, are capable of detecting the edge/ corner of a platform and actuate accordingly. Through this school robotics project-based course, kids will learn to build his/ her very own edge detection robot that uses digital IR sensor to detect the surroundings and move accordingly to avoid falling. To ease school kid’s programming learning experience, the course is equipped with scratch based block programming modules that make programming the robot super easy.

Robotics Workshop

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