Engaging Student to build the Future - Vivek Srinivasan
Vivek Srinivasan wrote a book in 12 hours only to realise that it still took about a year to get it published and out to the press.
Vivek lost 20 Kgs over the course of 15 months. It was a lot of work and a lot of effort but ultimately very satisfying and enriching experience. I learnt a lot about myself in the process.
Travelled to Europe and visited 7 cities in 8 days across 4 countries because he wanted to see everything. Turned out Vivek need a vacation after that vacation. Those 7 days were work. Also he had to book only 2 nights in a hotel, was travelling most nights!
Startups Club has ensured that Vivek travels the length and breadth across India. Has travelled to more than 20 states in India and will be adding more in the days to come.
Self-driving cars are hard to do. Most of the engineering that is currently is focused on making the car see. Part of the reason for this is the world is actually built for you and I. Our roads are not designed with embedded sensors to help self-driving cars see. Its meant for us to see
Since the Electric Car resolution started, I have wondered why wouldn’t anybody want to use the car itself to produce energy. A car is driven in the open and therefore exposed to sunlight during the day. Photovoltaic cells convert sunlight to energy using a principle called the Photo Electric Effect; the discovery of which got
3D printing promised to end all manufacturing and change supply chain forever. It has not deliver on that promise, yet. For a period of time it seemed like 3D printing would only be used by geeks to play with. To build quick and easy components for electronics. Very specialised application for 3D Printing in healthcare