03/17/2018 at 20:13 •
Another training session was underway where students had to make an application using MIT App Inventor. The interactive app would allow the user to control electrical appliances remotely. The control signals are sent via Bluetooth and are received by the Arduino, which signalled the relevant appliance to turn On/Off.
Pictorial journey begins here
03/17/2018 at 19:35 •
Kids who have been coming to us for about six months come up with nice little ideas and build some problem-solving project utilizing what they know about technology so far. On this Saturday they made and presented their builds.
Ohh the venue is not open yet. Without wasting anytime, Abeer is working on her interactive waste bin. It asks people to feed trash in and indicates when its full.
Taha and Haya showcase their water level indicator. Good presentation !
Mustafa's 'Dosea' -an intelligent medicine dispenser that would only dispense the required amount of medicine at the right time as fixed by the doctor.
Some other colorful entrees that made our day
03/17/2018 at 17:29 •
As part of our multiple training sessions, kids learn and tinker with amazing technologies. Only this time they were much more jubilant as it was World Create Day. I am always amazed that the session starts with kids learning how to take the first step and suddenly they are in the driving seat and inspiring us with their creativity.
One such gathering was for learning and playing with LED matrices. Kids got hands on hardware and learned how to turn on a single spot, half an hour later it was all 'come, have a look at my display'.
11-year-old Daniyal's display is a must-see
Some excited faces from the session