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When recent graduates and technical masterminds join together, with a shared vision for interactive learning, the result is truly exciting knowledge transfer ideas. We believe that students need exposure to practical implementations to fully understand theoretical concepts, and we have devoted a team to innovative these kinds of products.
Incorporating hardware and software, our designs give students a real grasp of math, science and technology.
Our intuitive visual programming software, CiMPLE is specially designed for kids. ThinkLABS has created a unique, accessible method that builds understanding and logical thinking. Students can graphically program their robots, and use CiMPLE Text Editor for C language-based designing.
iPitara is an ergonomically designed, modular re-programmable kit, which comes with more than 100 components. With sensors, a microprocessor unit, gears, motors and tools, students have innumerable options for invention and creativity.
Many of India's Robotics LABs are equipped with robotic arms, CNCs and world-class machinery. The trouble is that students don't often have an opportunity to experiment with these expensive pieces. To change this, ThinkLABS has developed a range of low-cost robotics products, mapped to their relevant curriculum. This way, concepts like sensors, image processing, robot kinematics and autonomous robot programming can be truly interactive, and easily explored.
ThinkLABS offers a wide range of micro-controller development boards, right from curriculum relevant 8051 and 32bit ARM processors, to industry leading AVR Processors. We have designed these boards to assist students with standard peripherals like Joystick and Ethernet controllers. To offer even more support, while working with these boards students can access the web community, and check out how other students are using the platforms. With this kind of sharing, we bring together talented, creative and knowledge-hungry engineers.
"It was delightful to watch young school kids constructing robots and getting them to work. The sheer joy on kids face must itself be a reward to the Team robo.in"
-Prof. C. Amarnath, IIT Bombay