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Projects Enabled by Maker's Asylum
From Made In India open source Oxygen Concentrator to Open Source Plastic Recycling Auto, explore our projects that can inspire you to change the world.
A hand designed for students with Speech Difficulties to express themselves using Sign Language in their class / school.
A box that you can plug on your electrical meter or any energy consuming device to have detailed and daily data on your energy consumption.
Bindi aims at creating recreational space for female teenagers in communities and slums where they can meet together when they are not at school.
Bullseye is a workshop designed to help Primary School kids know more about bullying and how to get out of it through various games and activities.
As lack of exercise is the root of most diseases, making people move at an early age would be beneficial to make the masses healthier in the long term
A wearable insole for diabetic patients suffering from T2D consists of several pressure sensors to give dynamic feedback of the patients’ plantar pressure.
The goal is to make education more engaging for underprivileged kids that do not have access to modern technologies or other.
A low cost wearable device for the visually impaired to alert about the oncoming obstacles.
This project helps education institutions to track and improve the mental health of the educators.
This project enables remote and underprivileged to access of electricity.convert kinetic energy to electrical energy.
This project helps the first time guitar learners to understand about the basic chord construction
A game which helps the under privileged about health and safety.
Augmented notepad which helps the disabled to communicate their thoughts comfortably and conveniently
A low cost device that can be retrofitted to existing bicycles, which transforms kinetic energy from the wheels into electric energy
“SatNOG” is an open source collaborative project that tracks the satellites within its bandwidth, communicates and gathers information from them.