Bring Smile: Campaign


1You have an opportunity to bring smiles on faces of children. We are raising fund through crowd funding – Sponsor Robotic Course To Underprivileged in Rural India. Appreciate your support.
One could contribute as min as Rs.100 onwards and in return receive a gift from us like shout out (Thank You!) on social media! and more for your contribution and support! Please use the link below to make one child dream come true! So far we have reached nearly 32K with 31 backers.
The link for the crowd funding is-
https://goo.gl/ZfFKWi
Requesting to contribute, share and help.
Looking forward to your support and help!

QtPi Robotics is into space of building ecosystem for children/kids to build robotic projects. QTPI Robotics is entirely designed and built in house by veterans from Software, Mechatronics, and Integrated Chip industry. A proud “Make in India” initiative.

 

TEDxSNSCE


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TEDxSNSCE Team #TEDxSNSCE
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Ms. Kavita Chaudhary, Power of the silent leader, #TEDxSNSCE
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Mr. Marks Jaison Leon, Are you smarter than a robot? #TEDxSNSCE
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Dr. K. Tamilmani, India Emerging as a Technology Leader, #TEDxSNSCE
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Dr. Prashanth, Options of Ideas/skills right from birth, #TEDxSNSCE
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Vipul Tejwani, Man & Machine, #TEDxSNSCE
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Angad Bhalla, Magic of Quantum Physics, #TEDxSNSCE
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Mx. Vijayaraja Mallika, Challenges & Developments of Transgender in India, #TEDxSNSCE
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Mrs. Vidhyashree Dharmaraj, Lost in cyberia: clueless with toothless tools, #TEDxSNSCE
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Dr. Ashwin Nithish, Green India, #TEDxSNSCE

Robotics Workshop Organised by Amrita Foundation for HRD, Bagalkot


Robotics workshop was organised by Amrita Foundation for HRD, Bagalkot under the guidance of Dr. Meena R Chandavarkar at Basaveshwara International Public School, Bagalkot. The workshop was conducted by QtPi Robotics.

Children were asked to build unique designed RC cars. Children were introduced to building blocks, electronics component and plug/play software. In the end, children presented their work.

Children initially felt they could never build a car, but at the end it seemed possible. They not just made a immovable car but automated to do a function of moving in several directions.

Robo Carnival


I got to witness the glimpse of Robo Carnival. It was amazing to see different Robo’s that could do a function such as Pick and Place; Bubble Blower; RC Car, Transformer, Chatbot and others.

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Children Playing 
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Family Fun Moment
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Qt Pi winner 🙂 

 

Source: http://www.qtpi.in & http://www.facebook.com/qtpirobotics