A durable intelligent artificial leg and an affordable pocket gadget for soil testing are among the new innovative products developed by students of the IIT Delhi.
The products are outcome of research projects by students, staff and faculty and will be on display at the fourteenth edition of 'Open House'.
The intelligent artificial leg uses smart-sensing technology in shoes to adapt to the movement of the user, officials said.
"We look forward to provide opportunities for visitors to experience the state-of-the-art innovations of our students and faculty at IIT Delhi.
"It is our objective to create a nurturing eco-system for students to inspire them to work on innovative solutions for our socio-economic challenges," Director, IIT Delhi, V Ramgopal Rao, said.
A live display of pioneering research projects, technical workshops by industry experts and a guided showcase of the on campus laboratories are some of the highlights of the scheduled on April 21.
Some of the other products that will be on display include an upper lim robotic rehabilitation device for objective physiotherapy in case of a stroke, a nasofilter, an affordable pocket spectrophotometer for field diagnosis and soil testing, and digitally accessible braille.
"IIT Delhi's Open House is a platform for the culmination of a year's worth of inimitable innovations undertaken by students and faculty alike," said SK Khare, Associate Dean, Research and Development, IIT Delhi.
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