Realm of the Robots!

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In the run – up to the annual fiesta that is Robotix held at Kshitij, Technology Robotix Society has lined up a series of events, workshops and exhibitions at various locations in the country. With the team spreading out to all corners of India, vast turnouts were witnessed at Bangalore, Nagpur and Ludhiana workshops held during the DP holidays. At the Kalyani hands-on workshop, students learnt to build a autonomous line following robot in a span of one day.

In more recent news, the annual eagerly awaited Kolkata workshop, held at GD Birla Sabhaghar, in association with Kshitij, was a grand success. Hogged by media spotlights, Technology Robotix Society also held a demonstration of about 15 working robots at Birla Industrial and Technological Museum accompanied by a one-hour session on “Robotics for Beginners” specifically meant for school children which involved the explanation of the making of the simplest manual robot capable of traversal in 4 directions. As the floor was thrown open to questions, the audience, ranging across ages 5 – 50 were bursting with queries ranging from the exact platform for coding in Image Processing to the type of wire to be used for connecting various components of a robot.

Check out the pictures from the workshop here

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And we aren’t even close to the finish line! A hands – on Image processing Workshop will be held at Techno India, Salt Lake on 6th November 2011 and we’re in the final rungs of preparation.

As a mark of the high standards in which our workshops are regarded, the yearly inhouse Winter Workshop to be held at this year in December has received IEEE certification. 1st years at IIT Kharagpur interested in attending the workshop are requested to look out for announcements at

Meanwhile, registration for our events at Robotix to be held during Kshitij 2012 have begun! Register your team at