Robotic Soft Material

Imagine a future where a material itself is a robot. Materials that can sense, actuate, compute & communicate! Mattrbot is such a robotic material created through machine learning not only to revolutionize present-day robots like humanoids, but also to actualize the robots of the future.

London UK / 2019


Consumer Photobioreactor

Farm-in-a-Pocket is an early version of a personalized consumer photobioreactor that cultivates microbes using UV rays and CO2. It harvests high density synthesized protein as an alternative source of food nutrient and enables nutrient consumption at the point of production.

London UK / 2018

Transgenesis Life

Creating a Transgenic Bee

A design-driven thought provoking work that sheds light on the potential of a transgenic bee that has better olfaction capability to sense RDX contamination in soil, higher density of receptacle hairs to transfer pollens, and greater number of wax glands to repair small structures.

London UK / 2018


A Breathing Watch

A conscious wrist watch to show breath of the user. When it is put on wrist, it helps in sharing user’s breath with others while giving a sense of human bonding through non-verbal communication. When it is not on wrist, it helps in creating a bond between the user and user’s own breathing patterns.

London UK / 2018


Investigation into ‘Being Human’

An investigation about ‘Being Human’ in today’s context by deeply looking at an inevitable transition of human to posthuman through enhancements, extensions, augmentations, robotics, Artificial Intelligence, neuroscience and gene therapy that evokes elation but also anxiety.

London UK / 2018

Robotic Reinforcement

Evaluating RL Algorithms

A unique framework that helps in evaluating and benchmarking the latest of Reinforcement Learning algorithms such as Hindsight Experience Replay and Deep Q Network on simulated robotic platforms such as humanoid robot Atlas from Boston Dynamics and an open source balance-bot.

London UK / 2018

Space Compass

Navigating to Planet Coordinates

A design led project to create an artefact compass that can point towards the planetary positions in the solar system and analyze different intriguing ways of user-interactions with such a device.

London UK / 2018


Robot for Elderly Mobility

It addresses the diminishing walking abilities in elderlies by incorporating adaptive walking system to support natural walk while using machine learning to analyze the walking data, and providing active feedback.

Tokyo Japan / 2015


Robotics Challenge

It aimed to develop semi-autonomous ground robots that could do “complex tasks in dangerous, degraded, human-engineered environments with prime focus on disaster or emergency-response scenarios.

South Korea / 2015


Sensing a Human

An early stage prototype of non-contact human sensing system for detecting presence and identity of a human in indoors and outdoors irrespective of light conditions with the aim to incorporate it in smart ambiance and robotic platforms.

Tokyo Japan / 2015


Logistics Robot Cart

CarriRo is a logistics support robot with Autonomous Driving function. It can switch between various modes “Assist-Tracking-Autonomous” of operations from semi-autonomous to fully autonomous and “user following” capabilities.

Tokyo Japan / 2014


Robotic Personalization and Standardization

A research to derive new concepts of robot-human interactions for social and service robots involving one-to-one (human-robot) and one-to-many (human-robots, humans-robot) interactions.

Tokyo Japan / 2014


Wearable Robots

Fashion designers are on the lookout for emerging technologies, materials, and markets this bring a different way of thinking, enriching the design culture. Dynawear utilizes wearable sensors along with mechanisms based on polymers to create, move, and transform the garments from one shape into another.

Bangalore India / 2010


SME-Collaborative Robot

A SME-Suitable collaborative robot arm that is light-weight, dexterous and easily programmable. Based on the principle of Service Oriented Architecture and modular intelligent components, the robot could be configured to meet the demand of higher flexibility in manufacturing without robotic experts on site.

Bangalore India / 2010


Robotic Kits for Art & Design

Edbot provides hands-on, fun learning experience for children and young people and educate them about robotics, electronics, and computer software. These robotic kits can run on predefined and dynamic programs that enable the user to create intriguing artistic patterns and designs on horizontal and vertical surfaces.

Bangalore India / 2010