A humanoid robot is a robot with its body shape built to resemble the human body. The design may
be for functional purposes, such as interacting with human tools and environments, for experimental purposes, such as the study of bipedal locomotion or for other purposes
Brain Controlled Wheelchair uses Electroencephalogram (EEG) band worn on the user’s forehead
which detects neural impulses that reach the scalp allowing the micro-controller on board to detect
user’s thought process, interpret it and control wheelchair movements.
A self-balancing robot is a classic inverted pendulum control system that is solvable in two degrees of
freedom for the simplest models. The bot attempts to correct for an induced lean angle by moving
forward or backward and the goal is to return itself to vertical.
Roboweek is a week long event conducted by Robotics Society of NIT Hamirpur. The aim of ROBOWEEK is to spread awareness about robotics nation wide by providing a platform to Robotics Enthusiasts to learn and get their skills tested.
Celebrated in the memory of our Co-Founder Late Lamyanba Heisnam, we oraganize events and showcase our projects to students.
Nimbus is the annual technical fest of NIT Hamirpur.
In 2k18, we showcased the following projects:
Brain Controlled Wheelchair, Aim and Shoot, Self Balancing Robot, Humanoid.