Case study to change the perception of humans towards sharks through the aquarium's upcoming shark exhibit
A week long design sprint completed as a part of the 2020 Google UX Design Internship Challenge to create an experience that allows potential mentors and mentees at Georgia Tech to discover each other
User-centered design process to make sports activities more accessible for visually impaired school children
CAD modelled interactive prototype of a sewing machine for beginners which spools the thread automatically and makes sewing hassle-free
Iterative design methodology used for improving the form, feel and ergonomics of a hot glue pen modelled using pink foam
An Arduino based teacher feedback system for better mental health analysis and emotional wellbeing of public school teachers
Artistic visualisations of abstract concepts using code written in the P5JS framework
Paper prototype of gamified dustbins for public spaces which were then installed in a public setting and tested using the probe technique
Web application consisting of a smart whiteboard with an inbuilt equation parser and customisable shapes and text boxes all of which could be given animation effects, saved to the database and played on the client side
Deep learning model for transit photometry detection of exoplanets in the Kepler telescope generated dataset
Comparison of different artificial intelligence techniques used for recognition and synthesis of sketches of everyday objects
Phone based toll payment automation using bluetooth beacons which do not require internet or a camera for license plate recognition and hence can replace the existing RFID tags system
A chat bot that gives age sensitive replies to user queries about AIDs, along with a card-game based quiz to spread awareness
A crowd-sourcing platform for jargon definitions with a scanning tool to highlight and elaborate jargon terminologies in any uploaded document
A web application which uses farm location coordinates to predict normalized difference vegetation index values for the coming month using neural networks
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