Ever thought one could detect malaria through a smart phone? Dr Sai Siva Gorthi, from the department of Instrumental and Applied Physics and her team did so. They converted a smartphone into a powerful microscopic device that eliminates the various stages of blood testing to detect malaria. The team replaced the phone camera with high resolution optics of a microscope. The smartphone also has software that studies the images captured through the microscope and tells even a layman whether it has the malaria virus or not. It requires a tiny amount of blood as a sample.
2. Ulta Chaata Harvester
Samit and Priya Choksi’s first product is Ulta Chaata , A couple passionate about conservation, an indigenous patented system that smartly converges rainwater harvesting and generation of renewable energy for open spaces in smart cities,
large campuses. A single unit of Ulta Chata can help you harvest upto 100,000 litres of water and capture energy with maximum peak power of 1.5 Kw.
Ulta Chaata captures rain water and then filters it using an integrated 5-step filtration unit. Taps fitted to the storage tank allows users to get purified drinking water.
It also works as a solar electricity generation system to provide lighting at night and charge devices.
Internet of Things enabled, to collect useful environmental data.
Gravity is here to help you combat your anxiety. the company Gravity has created a therapeutic weighted blanket engineered to be around 10% of your body weight.The super comfy blanket helps . who have a sleeping problem, who may be stressed,
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