The Chitti Challenge was a contest conducted by Kidobotikz where students made their own versions of the Chitti Quizbot and submitted them.
A christmas tree with LEDs programmed to glow in different
colours and a robot that picks the decoratives and garnishes the tree.
Celebrating Diwali by letting a robot hold the crackers and
playing it safe was a very clever idea - Kudos to the creator.
Built using motors and sensors, the Ark shows the opening and closing of its gate and
mimics the moves of noah’s ark.
The robot uses IR remote control to turn the motor which spin to the ganesh doll according
to the keys pressed.
This is a Biped robot. Using a complement of servo motors and ultrasonic sensors, it can
An impressive display to adorn the living room. The project uses innovative circuits and
sensors for various lighting effects.
Using the recyclable materials, microcontroller and programming, the robot has been made
to spin and display various movements.
The project shows the rotation of un-moulded clay on the potter’s wheel. The LEDs gives the
lighting effects, depicting the scene.
The project uses B.O motors, and an arduino board to emulate the traditional swing on
which the deity at Tirupati is customarily.
Using best in class componets this all terrain racing robot is designed to win all the tracks
and hearts by its moves.
Designed to serve as a medical check-up machine this robot is equipped with various
sensors and display units.
Using sensors and motors, this innovative cycle shows the creativity of the student. It is
controlled using various switches.
Using light sensor concept, this system makes the parking space secure and alerts in case of
any unauthorised movement of the car.
As a real time application of concepts, the student has used various components and
designed this smart door indication system.
Creating a model of a house, the student has beautifully shown the working of an
interactive garage system and home.
Making use of sensors and other devices the student has completely demonstrated the
concepts and applied it by creating a house model.
This project showcases the basic electronic circuity of a home automation systems which
includes a couple of sensors, switches and motor.
This robot can certainly get your floor
clean using the Bluetooth controlled robot
attached with a sweeper and a simple mop.
Creating a model of a house, the student has beautifully shown the working of automated
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