MRIS-46, Gurugram excelled in Robotics

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Honda ASIMO Robot | Best of

Advanced Step in Innovative MObility Techmania - Pilsen - Czech Republic Honda's robot ASIMO performing everything he's able to: running, jumping, playing football, dancing, walking stairs and serving a coffee. ...then dancing again and sadly leaving :( Unforgetable experience. Hope to see you again soon, buddy. ASIMO, an acronym for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility, is a humanoid robot designed and developed by Honda. Introduced on 21 October 2000, ASIMO was designed to be a multi-functional mobile assistant. With aspirations of helping those who lack full mobility, ASIMO is frequently used in demonstrations across the world to encourage the study of science and mathematics.[3] At 130 cm (4 ft 3 in) tall and 48 kg (106 lb), ASIMO was designed to operate in real-world environments, with the ability to walk or run on two feet at speeds of up to 6 kilometres per hour (3.7 mph). (source: Wikipedia)

MRIS Mohali Virtual Walkthrough

A brief virtual walk-through of Manav Rachna International School- Mohali, a day boarding school; giving learning a whole new dimension!

12 Year Old Robot-Building Genius

At 12 years old, Rohan Agrawal knows more than most PhD students in robotics about programming robots. This summer he's interning at Ologic, a research and development firm that has designed robots for the likes of Google, Disney, and Hasbro. He's been programming since he was 4 years old, and we were curious about how he got started. We quickly learned that his story was not just one about a child prodigy programmer but more about how to find and cultivate your child's inner genius. The formula is straightforward but requires patience and careful observation. Expose your children to a wide range of possible interests, see which they gravitate to, and open the doors for them. Children will spend endless hours doing the things they love to do. For the full story on how you can discover your child's inner genius, check out our blog post here: http://hackingplay.com/how-to-discover-your-child-inner-genius The Bay Area provides rich resources and communities that help children develop their passions. A few that have been especially helpful for Rohan include: - The HomeBrew Robotics club (http://www.hbrobotics.org) - The Amateur Radio club (http://www.fars.k6ya.org/) - Hack the Future (http://hackthefuture.org/) - TechLab Education (http://techlabeducation.com/) - Hacker Dojo (http://www.hackerdojo.com/) - Ologic (http://www.ologicinc.com/) At Play-i, we're developing a fun and accessible way for children to learn computer science at a young age. We're inspiring creation by cultivating a love for learning. To learn more, sign up at http://play-i.com. ----------------------------------------­-------------------------------------- About the series: We are sharing stories of how young people doing great things got to where they are. It starts with a spark of curiosity. Every child is different and every story is different, and we're hoping to show how to help your little ones live up to their full potential. You can follow us on: - Twitter: http://twitter.com/playi - Facebook: http://facebook.com/hackingplay Or subscribe to email updates: http://play-i.com Have questions or want to get in touch with Rohan? You can email us at contact@play-i.com, and we'll forward it on!

Making robots more like children | Rodney Brooks

Roboticist Rodney Brooks introduces a fresh way of thinking of robot advancements. Why not make them more like kids? He discusses four major factors that would bring about this shift in this groundbreaking talk. TEDArchive presents previously unpublished talks from TED conferences. Enjoy this unedited talk by Rodney Brooks. Filmed at TED2014 NOTE: Comments are disabled on this video. We made this difficult decision for the TED Archive because we believe that a well-moderated conversation allows for better commentary from more people and more viewpoints. Studies show that aggressive and hateful comments silence other commenters and drive them away; unfortunately, YouTube's comment moderation tools are simply not up to the task of allowing us to monitor comments on so many videos at once. (We'd love to see this change, YouTube.) So for now, if you'd like to comment on this talk, please use Facebook, Twitter or G+ to discuss with your networks.

MRIS-46, Gurugram celebrates 10 years of excellence

Incepted in 2008, Manav Rachna International School, Sec-46, Gurugram celebrates its 10th anniversary. Over the years, the school has covered many milestones and has made excellence a habit. Students walk into the school 'happy' and in the encouraging school environment, learning becomes inevitable. Every corner of the school is inviting and speaks for itself. Congratulations to all the stakeholders!

Robotics Team 'Shadow Bots Jr' has qualified for the Nationals of the Robotics Championship

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