AVUD: Audio Visualiser using Drones


One of the greatest spectacles of the Super Bowl 2017 was the drone show. A document released by Intel said during the Super Bowl Halftime Show, three hundred Intel Shooting Starâ„¢ drones lit up the sky in a choreographed aerial show to kick-off the performance. The software and animation interface on the Intel Shooting Star drone system allows a light show to be created in a matter of days or weeks depending on the animation complexity. In the recent few years, a lot of people have used drones in artistic and performance arts mostly involving a swarm of drones coordinating in real time and augmenting the performance.
Along the same lines AVUD is a system which analyses a piece of music and reacts to the intensity of its dominant parts.

Completed projects

Indoor Air and Environment Monitor

Smart Farm

Streamlining intelligent automation in farming

SAES

Soldier Assistance Ecosystem

Audio Visualiser Using Drones

An intersection of performance and technology

Hodor

Robotic Arm Assist for wheelchairs

POPYT

Portable Physical Therapy

Selfie bot

A wanderlust selfie taking robot

LFR

Autonomous navigation using line following

Avishkar

    A system for Amazon Picking Challenge

SunoSuno

A wearable band for the hearing impaired

KhiKhi

Sharing laughter beyond close proximity

Projects initiated at RadLab

ITD

Intelligent Tablet Dispenser

Infinity

A learning tool for kids

Phoenix

Applications of aerial vehicles

International competitions

APC

Amazon Picking Challenge 2015

Maker Faire Paris

Mission on Mars robot challenge 2014

Robocon

ABU Robocon 2013 The green planet

Hobby projects

POV

Persistence of VIsion display

Infinity Mirror

Multiple reflecting mirror display