In the midst of the torrential rains that gripped the first day of TechTatva ’15, The SAE Club conducted one of its main events under Kraftwagen – Devil Karters. At around 1.15PM, NLH 103 was deserted, except for the patient Event Head, Utkarsh Mehrotra, and his
Driven by a novel passion to mix science with art, Alacrity, managed by the IE EnC Club, came up with an event called ‘No Strings Attached’. The basic idea was to create a microcontroller which would ideally produce meaningful music with the help of Arduino
Vedanth 5.0 – Because sometimes all it takes for a pot of soil to become a battery is the spark of genius.
“A racing car is an animal with a thousand adjustments.” – Mario Andretti Fuel RC has remained an extremely sought after and coveted event since its inception. They put their show on the road with quite a thundering start on the first day of TechTatva’15
Flight of Fantasy definitely wasn’t one of your average everyday events: you weren’t allowed to walk in without any prior knowledge about aviation, because this event was just not that simple. A four day workshop was conducted before TechTatva which taught the participants all they
AlgoWars, a quirky amalgam of Programming and Environmental Science, was one of the most unique events that the TechTatva ’15 roster had to offer.
Automobiles are always a showpiece of fine engineering. On a small scale, FuelRC set to establish just that, and stole the heart of the crowds in doing so.
The first round of Winner Stands Alone was held on 7th Oct, beginning at 3:30PM. The participants had seemingly come prepared for the written round, which had thirty MCQs. The questions were based on logical reasoning, math, and some business terminologies, where from the four
Space Settlement, continuing this year, brought the thrills of Interstellar closer as this TechTatva’s theme of ‘Frugal Innovation’ was stretched to the bounds of outer space. Consisting of three rounds, the event was as exciting as it was tiring – participants toiled over their presentations
Robotrek’s event Catch the Light witnessed little robots following light-trails pitted against time. Despite the massive delay of about one and a half hours, the event remained popular with both, the contestants and the crowd watching. The autonomous bots, fitted with light sensors were literally supposed to ‘catch the light’ and make it through a plywood maze guided by flashlights. The quickest to do so was to be announced the winner. So, lights will literally guide the bots home.