Brilliant Innovations By IIT Students That Prove India Is A Pool Of Talent

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6. Earphones Untangler

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5. Alcohol Sensing Helmet

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4. Re-writable T-shirts

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Brilliant Innovations By IIT Students That Prove India Is A Pool Of Talent

3. Walking on water ride

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How can someone walk on water? It’s impossible, right? Well, Mirik Gogri and Ayush Jain, two IIT-Bombay alumni have made the impossible possible. The duo formed Humming Whale Product Innovations, a company that innovates path-breaking products and solutions. The team came up with a fun idea of walking on water, which they later gamified into a ride. They are now all set to introduce the product at various gaming zones, amusement parks, events and parties.

Brilliant Innovations By IIT Students That Prove India Is A Pool Of Talent

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Brilliant Innovations By IIT Students That Prove India Is A Pool Of Talent

1. E-scooter

escooter_1436795560IIT-Madras students slogged in their dorms to build an e-scooter, the battery of which charges faster than a phone. S340 is one of the first smart e-scooters, and its battery charges within an hour. It can easily go on for 50,000 kilometres with its battery pack.

He Designed A Shoe For The Visually Impaired That Vibrates To Show Them The Right Path

Around 300 million people in the world are visually impaired and face difficulties every day in activities as basic as walking. Anirudh Sharma and Krispian Lawrence came up with an interesting idea to simplify the lives of visually impaired people. Read their journey of change and how they designed a special haptic shoe line that helps the blind navigate easily.

ORIGAMI BATTERIES POWER UP

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HOW MUCH OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM DOES THE SUN EMIT?

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