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Students fabricated a Flexible PCB for wearable device design @Design & Innovation Lab - IIIT Delhi

In collaboration with Weave Lab and DI Lab at IIIT-Delhi, three of us from B.Tech (Batch of 2022) were successfully able to print a circuit onto a flexible copper clad kapton sheet by simply using a vinyl mask, nail-paints, and ferric chloride solution. This is the first time anyone has done that here at our institute and the three of us are proud of providing this technique to our fellow lab-mates.
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Development of an Interactive Tic-Tac-Toe game @Design & Innovation Lab IIIT Delhi

In collaboration with Weave Lab and DI Lab at IIIT-Delhi, the three of us, while working under Dr. Aman Parnami on the project of Electroadhesion, built an interactive tic tac toe game on an electroadhesive pad. An electroadhesive pad is a simple two-electrode structure which, when provided with a high voltage input sticks to the surface on which it has been kept. Consequently, this electroadhesive pad can be stuck to a vertical, horizontal, or angular surface. The pad can even attract light objects like paper, aluminum foil, etc. Slightly heavier objects like thermocol can be loosely stuck to the pad with a coating of metal underneath.
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