TSIC’s “Intinta Innovator” program helps develop advanced gadgets for everyday use

Hyderabad: Remember the popular advertisement from a telecommunications company about the power of the ‘idea’ and what it can do? ‘ Well, closer to home, more than 100 students, youth, teachers and others who are part of the “Intinta Innovator” program of the Telangana State Innovation Cell (TSIC), are presently presenting their ideas for solving everyday problems.

TSIC will select innovations that have commercialization potential and engage with the young people who came up with the idea, facilitating access to needs-based analysis, mentoring, prototype development through specific programs. The ideas cover a wide range of topics, from solving an agrarian problem and women’s safety, from alerting truck drivers of a high pulse to a toy that teaches children the right and the right. bad touch and more.

For example, Ganji Amarender, professor of mathematics at ZPHS PA Pally in Nalgonda, has developed a device that will help teach mathematical formulas, theorems and problem-solving methods online. The device is made using a glass surface fixed between wooden plates. A blank sheet of paper with text placed under the glass sheet can be projected using the device’s camera (via the Zoom platform), creating a custom Zoom background that students can visualize. “I take a course from 7 am to 8 am. Some students may be absent or some may register late. The effort is to give lessons to all the students. It is necessary to be satisfied with a simple assembly of glass for the projection effect. Some lessons are recorded and put on the Youtube channel, ”said Amarender, who has nearly 2,500 subscribers to his channel.

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Usharani, a student at Bala Yesu School in Jangaon, came up with the idea of ​​using the mobile to teach body language and exercises to children. It uses DC geared motors, plastic wheels, power adapter, electronic circuit, wooden board and others. The mobile screen becomes the face of the robot.

“The effort is to make the technology help children under five,” said Usharani, who is being guided by her teacher D Bhaskar on the project. In another case, Sai de Mancherial designed a rectangular brick support. “Many workers carry eight to nine bricks on their heads. This puts a lot of pressure on their head as well as their spine. In addition, it is difficult for them to see the environment with the weight. Carrying the bricks to the top floor is even more difficult, ”Sai said in the accompanying video.

His device binds about nine bricks into a frame with a handle. “People can wear two sets, one in each hand. That aside, it is useful for someone who has lost a hand. It is difficult for her to find work. The circular structure makes it difficult to lift with one hand. It solves that problem and allows him to work, ”he explained. K Deepak Reddy from Narayankhed has developed a harvester to pick up stones and gravel. “The combine harvester prototype is ready and attracting the attention of various circles. If successful, it will help many farmers to cultivate barren land, ”he said.

'Intinta Innovator'
K Deepak Reddy from Narayankhed developed a harvester to pick up stones and gravel
which should help many farmers to cultivate arid lands.

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