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Nov'19

Home Automation

Team Members: Maheshaa Ganapath GL, Dhanush GA Problem Statement: On a Netflix & Chill date or just tucked in cozy in your blanket after you've had anendless struggle to find the optimum ratio of your body that needs to be outside the blanket and inside the blanket, but now here comes your worst nightmare, the lights are still on. Maybe you have your switchboard at an arm's length or have one of those smart lightswell not everyone is that lucky. But something which you most positively have at your arm'sreach is your smartphone. Maybe you wished that your smartphone could do a simple task asturning off that light for you. Maybe you wished that your smartphone could turn on that light too. Maybe you wished that it could turn on and off every darn thing attached toyour switchboard! User Persona: Middle class and above strata of people living in urban and semi - urban cities. Ages 9+ Interview: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cpEWWU4idVePxbsHKmroj1Hb2-T22Be-/view?usp=drivesdk User Journeys: My product would be a simple installation along with your conventional switch board suchthat you can control all appliances plugged in and connected to the switch board via your smartphone. All switchboards in a house can come together to…

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14

Nov'19

Education

Team Members: Maheshaa Ganapath GL Problem Statement:   University students feel that a lot of time is wasted in their lab classes. A lot of the prescribed time is spent in zooming in and out of the material projected onto a screen. This is not only limited to computer science students who code a lot but also to other branches like mechanical and civil where a lot of CAD drawings and simulations are required.   Plus at times, students feel that some Professors who are not technically sound or has very poor knowledge in the subject just get away by only projecting some random related material onto the screen.   All these lead to a lot of waste of human hours, frustrations amongst students and students find reasons not to attend the lab sessions which all results in students to be not industry ready and basically are just very poorly skilled engineering graduates. User Persona: University Students : Students, taking up a technical course, age group 17 - 25 University Professors :  Professors who teach a technical course Interview: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bb8a9ZHUIXAP0Q3_2wMGsRv2acm1rtqO/view?usp=drivesdk User Journeys:  In a typical college's scenario, students would fill up a computer lab during their lab time and await…

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