Who We Are ?
- Industry veterans from MS,Yahoo,Oracle,Tech Mahindra with Software and mechatronics background.
- Years of research to eliminate fatigue caused by theoretical learning and mix with exciting practicals.
What Makes Us Different ?
- Experts who built everything from scratch keeping kids in mind.
- Focus on identifying inefficiencies and problems around and make kids understand how to break down complex problems into manageable pieces and solve them.
- Top-Down approach to keep kids engaged.
- Identify kids interest in Design/Electronics/Software and hone their skillset.
- Custom courses to get the best out of kids.
- Selected kids will feature in future educational videos.
What We Do ?
- We built innovative kids friendly robotic kit consisting of Arduino based main board , sensors , actuators , building blocks and mobile app.Virtually infinite types of robots can be built using the kit . Imagination is unlimited.
- No92, The royal castle
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April 7, 2017
An Anecdote – The ‘strange’ meeting
Bombay was a city that I loved to visit twice a year, during Diwali & Summer vacations. I loved Bombay because of two reasons – firstly, my dear grandma pampered me with chats and yummy handmade pickles and kindness. Secondly, it was a family visit and I looked forward to such visits as a child. There is also a third factor that left a scar on my young heart but with time, I accepted it.
To reach Bombay, we had to take a connecting train from Solapur Junction. There was a waiting time of 2-3 hours before we could board the train. While waiting, my mother would pull me, my brother and dad to talk a man. The man was of similar age of dad and wore thick moustache. He would welcome us with warm smile. The interaction between the man and my mother lasted not more than fifteen minutes. In each talk, I heard them inviting each other to their home. But the invitation just remained in words.
As I grew up and gained maturity, I inquired about the man to my dad. What I heard from my dad left me into sea of surprise. The man my mother met every time on the railway station was the first proposal for marriage. The man now was a station master. I couldn’t agree on thinking that one would meet once you get rejected! When I asked my dad, how could you be alright about it? He asked me, what’s wrong in meeting a good human being? My father surely had a big heart!
I know it was a strange thinking on my part and I must confess that initially I found it hard to accept it. But with time, I learned to accept it. It was hard to understand, accept and appreciate but it was possible as I grew up. This is only possible if one could appreciate the below quote.
“Peace is nothing but a time between a war.”
Creativity: Lost & Found
Rudimentary education believes in “marks” but has strong under layered need for creativity by the one who believes in it. Because of a greater need to present to the society a story of success, “marks” takes precedence to “creativity”. As the latter is uncertain, demands uncertain time, patience, humility, and constructive criticism that often society (and intent of himself or herself) do not prefer to wait! Hence the creativity is often suppressed and crushed.
In order to appreciate the creativity, which has a spirit of doing mistakes; and where mistakes are seen as good. Trying till you feel succeeded! This is something one like to do because it has personal success and it made sense in getting it they way one liked to do. But in reality often people do that made no sense. Sometimes we do because others are doing it! There is a need to go back to roots that allowed to use the resources to build and that become another resource. There is definite need that can transform everyday life. For example, child play with sand at the shore to build a home or create a pool for storage of water. Child did it naturally that needed minimal inputs from the learned person. This doesn’t mean there isn’t need of techniques or intervention when we would like to bring it a magnitude of reality. But those are the challenges that are naturally bound to happen as well. Creativity isn’t linear but jaded!
‘Do you wish to be successful that allows you to create own art piece for life?’ I believe your answer is ‘yes’, QtPi takes your success seriously for you and your children.
Plug & Play Game: New Genx Games
Are you thinking about building your own robot? Does technicalities stop you? Do ever these terminologies and functionalities such as dc motors, IR sensors and other building blocks of electronics work?
Answer for your fear is QtPi!
QtPi is the key that opens the fun and exciting door for electronics beyond research and sophisticated laboratory. QtPi gives you just what you need to know to make and troubleshoot your own robot in simplest possibilities.
Robotics is an ocean in itself. Like any science, it consists of concepts and complicated empirical mathematical equations. For any really in-depth study of robotics, you need to spend hours and hours memorizing a lot of facts and figures. But QtPi takes a different path. It provides you with just what you need to understand, the basics of electronics, get to build working robots, and even tackle a dozen fun projects that you can build in under an hour. QtPi gives you a good grounding in the essentials and makes this exciting science fun!
Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think. QtPi Robotics stands affirm on the same principle. It is an educational hub wherein people from all age group meet and discuss ideas. It introduces you to a new world of robotics. There is an infinity space for one’s imagination on what they can make. QtPi Robotics has a hardware kit, which consists of QtPi motherboard and other sensors along with the customized building blocks that can be put together and pulled apart in every way a child’s imagination deems possible. You can just plug and play around with it creating your own robots. QtPi motherboard is based on the Open Source community Arduino. It consists of a motor driver, voltage regulator and a Bluetooth module.
QtPi follows the unique methodology of DESII teaching. DESII stands for Design, Electronics, Software, Integration and Innovation. Every project starts with the design. You can either build a robot using customized building blocks or take help of 3d printer. Next the basic of electronics is taught using plug and play sensors. Then comes the software part; any project can be operated in 2 ways. One is using the QtPi App and another is programming the motherboard by Snap4Arduino software. Then integrate all the parts together and enjoy playing with the robot. QtPi strongly believes in the concept of ‘Practical learning over Theoretical’ where you get your hands on by stocking up all the available components and making a plethora of projects. At QtPi robotics, learning and having fun goes hand in hand.
Do you like to plug and play?
Then visit us: www.qtpi.in
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