Through events that do with all things electric and electronic, Alacrity got students recalling their engineering classes in creative and slightly less traumatic ways
Mechatron had robotic enthusiasts covered during the four days of TechTatva’19. Robopong, Operation Shutout and KickOff saw a surge in adrenaline levels as contestants competed in robotic versions of popular games, while Chakravyuh challenged competitors through an interesting twist in a technical quiz.
Electrific was an especially charged category at TechTatva. With events like Electropoly, Colour Rush, and Circuitrix, Electrific added an element of fun to the seemingly complex field of electronics. Read on for more.
The events under Robotrek attracted a lot of robotics and electronics enthusiasts to test their skills in a wide arrange of real-world applications. Students built their customised bots for each event involving a particular task. Read on for more info.
Participants dived into the field of electronics as they learnt to simulate remote-controlled cars and other devices in ISOI’s Simulate. The event turned out to be a helpful step towards initiating people into the field and understanding the subject a little better.
Techweek Krieg showcased the best of what IEEE had to offer – an olympiad of events that left participants completely played out, but satisfied at their fill of fun.
Arduino as a platform has become a common feature in almost every engineer’s project lately. If one hasn’t used it then they have at least heard of that small blue board that is used in the manufacturing process of robots. Most of us though, even