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GameAI


AI for learning how to play simple games using Neuro Evolution

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Holograms


A device that is able to project large holograms onto the viewer's eyes

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Homework Bot


A machine that does my homework

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Squishy


A 3D printer that prints in fabric

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PaperThin


Flexible and Foldable displays using projection mapping

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Drishti


Visual-Aural Aid for Visually impaired

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Sandals


A mission to near-space using a Raspberry Pi

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Amateur Rocketry


An attempt to hit the skies using PVC Rockets

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LiteDub


Live Synced Subtitles in the movie hall

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Guitar Pickup


Homemade electric guitar!

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ShockedUp


Interactive device for realtime electrical simulations

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Yoda


AI friendly robot, that maps and navigates its environment

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Groove


Artificially Intelligent DJ that manages and mixes

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Jarvis


AI Assistant that does whatever you say

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Blink!


App that forces user to blink using eye tracking

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Captcha Breaker


An attempt to break login captcha

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Homework Bot


Since, It's easier for me to type my assignments, collect refrences and manage homework on my computer, I always have to rewrite them in my handwriting as my school is very strict about "printed" homework.

Tired of this, I thought I could automate this grunt work. I designed a pen attachment to my 3D printer (which was again hacked up). I wrote a software based on Alex Graves's amazing work. The software is trained on my handrwriting and uses recurrent neural networks to generate human-like handwriting. Finally, I made a neat interface that allows me to manage and automate homework.

It was really fun building this. I learnt a lot about the new deep learning models (LSTM) and how RNN's work to generate sequence based data. To understand how these work, I challenged myself to write these from scratch.