Geek Speak: Vishal Harinandanan

If one should wonder what kind of a place Kidobotikz is, there is usually more than one answer to it. That’s because things that happen here transcend the definition of normal. And the organization in itself has not much to do with this. This is more due

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Geek Speak: Karthik Chidambaram

Kidobotikz is a fountainhead of knowledge where one gets to discover some interesting youngsters. When one enters Kidobotikz’s makerspace, it is usually a beehive of activity with geeks and their tools. These tech aficionados are generally oblivious to th

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Tiny Vidius VR drone offers pilots a live cockpit view

These days, the choices are plentiful for pint-sized, remote-controlled drones that safely tuck away in pockets. Aerix Drones (formerly known as Axis Drones) has evolved one of its most successful models with a virtual reality twist. The Vidius VR drone i

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Lehmann launches future-proof, modular drones for professionals

Drone technology has changed rapidly over the past decade and France's Lehmann Aviation is looking to help professional drone users future-proof their UAVs with what the company claims is the world's first modular design in its latest line of drones.

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Implantable sand-sized sensors to monitor internal goings on in real time

Health and fitness monitors may have come along in leaps and bounds, but there's still a whole lot they don't know about us. Placing miniaturized sensors deep inside our bodies would be one way to change that, and now it seems such a technology mightn't b

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"Play"- The new way of Learning

Any parent who has ever spent time helping Kids learn their subjects in the primary years have always been in tune with the child’s learning practices, their likes and dislikes. Kids in general are very picky learners. They tend to hold bias in their mind

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Facebook's lightbulb moment for drone-based internet access

If you think your internet is slow, spare a thought for the estimated 4 billion people on the planet who have no access at all. Rather than the costly process of building towers and burying cables, Facebook is taking the internet to the sky to get those p

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Does all play and no work always make Jack a mere toy?

Does all play and no work always make Jack a mere toy? If you are probably wondering what this above question is in reference to, it is the famous saying “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy; all play and no work makes Jack a mere toy”. The premis

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Smart sutures send wireless status reports from wound sites

Flexible electronics that work with the body have been advancing quickly, doing everything from measuring our blood oxygen levels through our skin to monitoring our muscles using a tattoo. Now, a team of researchers from Tufts University has taken flexibl

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Unveiling Kidobotikz's robo-palooza ! !

If there’re a few months of the academic year that students hate, it must be August and September. These are the two dry months with very meagre holidays. There’s the mid-term that is the first after schools reopened in June and kids still have a good one

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