Student Survey on Artificial Intelligence (AI) 

Image courtesy: DallE AI Industry expert Kashyap Kompella and I are conducting a survey to understand awareness, attitudes and readiness of high school students towards Artificial Intelligence.  The study will look at different aspects of AI such as opportunities, risks, ethics and also education necessary for high schoolers to improve their understanding of these concepts. The... Continue Reading →

Interview of Mr. Nishant Jain aka the SneakyArtist

"[....] So, if you’re an artist, don’t wait until you become a full-time artist to make art. If you’re a writer, start writing. If you are a singer, start singing. If you’re a musician, start making songs. Though success is not guaranteed, and it takes a lot of time, but the only way to stay... Continue Reading →

Earrings made from Electronic Components

I love combining craft with my passions- Harry Potter, dragons- and most recently, electronic components from old devices. I love making earrings. There's something very satisfying about making tiny replicas of a thing you love and wearing them. I was inspired by the folks at the Makerspace and Quest Lab at IIT Delhi to make... Continue Reading →

IITD Bootcamp Week 2

For those who didn't read my last post (link here!), I was recently selected for a Change.Makers Bootcamp hosted by the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. The following post talks about the second week of the camp. Week 2 In the second week, our training sessions began. IITD has a huge workshop with tools... Continue Reading →

IITD Bootcamp Week 1

I was recently selected for a bootcamp at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. It's a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) summer boot camp named ‘Change.Makers’ for high schoolers where the students of classes 11th and 12th use the Institute’s state-of-the-art facilities to convert their impactful ideas to reality. I submitted my project IRRIGO as a project proposal... Continue Reading →

Polymer Clay Crystal Octopus

A family friend of mine recently gifted me a huge batch of crystals. (Thank you 🙂 ) I've been toying around with the idea of combining clay with minerals, glass and stones for a while now. But 11th grade has successfully killed all of those plans. Regardless, a couple weeks ago school was a little... Continue Reading →

Irrigo: A Smart Gardening Device

'Irrigo' stands for 'Irrigation on the Go'. Last year, as part of my summer project, our team created this device. Introduction Imagine this. You have a trip planned. All bags are packed. But what about your plants? It's the middle of summer - they will dry up. You could give your neighbours a set of... Continue Reading →

Trying Digital Art

I received an iPad for my birthday this year. The model I got was this one.(link here) It is by far the best piece of technology I own. When my parents and I were initially discussing getting an iPad, I was worried that it might not have much use. I didn't think that an iPad... Continue Reading →

Making a Claymation

Remember “Pingu” and “Shaun the Sheep”? Growing up, I loved these! Why I’m talking about them is because both these shows are claymations. Claymations are stopmotions made with clay. They have this 3 dimensional aspect to them that can’t be achieved through normal animation. ‘Shaun the Sheep’ Credit: awn.com‘Pingu’ Credit: Pingu.net I decided to make... Continue Reading →

2020 wrapped: Year in Review

I read this joke somewhere. 2020 was a unique year because it had 29 days in February, 53 Wednesdays, and 6 months in April. And if that isn't true I don't know what is. Especially the last few months, from August, passed in a blur. Where did the time go? I was just moping around... Continue Reading →

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