Kanasu Foundation

Inaugural of Kanasu Foundation at Tumakuru, Karnataka. Thanks for the honor and love! It was amazing to present and interact with audience. Thanks to QtPi Robotics for the encouragement.


Kanasu Foundation inaugural


Thank you Kanasu Foundation for the invite. It was nice addressing 200+ attendees at Sri Siddhartha University campus Tumakuru, Karnataka. Thank you for the encouragement.

Stories of Soil: Dreams & Aspirations

How does one count success? If its uncountable, can I take a reference point? If yes, whose or from where?! As these some questions leaves us thinking to know ourselves!

Workshop was held at Indian Maritime University Visakhapatnam surrounded by beautiful location. It was wonderful to stand among the future Naval Architectures. The workshop was conducted by Santosh Avvannavar.

Build an App and play with Robot

As I child I did have a share of making earthen pots that I could own to my credit. Perhaps that was all about building or creating that brought bundles of joy! I couldn’t have imagined there could be a day where I could not only build a physical robot but also create a function (like app) to run the robot. Sounds cool? Yes, I witnessed today at New Home of Reaching Hand, Bengaluru.


Children of age 6-17 participated in building Remote Control car (RC car), the kit of QtPi helps in building several geometry. No wonder, they have an interesting tagline ‘One kit; unlimited possibilities’. With a motherboard that is not pre-programmed helps to collaborate with any app that is created by the user. Thats seem a cool feature for me!


Seeing children build robots, as for all it was first time experience seemed to me ‘One kit; unlimited happiness’.

To know more about them : www.qtpi.in


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.