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Session: Miniature Solar Powered Car

Details in short: Solar powered car – DIY

Description: Design and build a Miniature Solar Car Model, powered by solar cells. Which literally runs on sunlight. Learn about the benefits of solar power, and how architectural and building engineers integrate solar cells.

The main aim of the workshop is to introduce to you alternative energy concepts while incorporating problem solving, design and modeling. Consequently, you will learn to use the hand tools used to construct your solar vehicle.

Age group: 10years and above

Skill Level: Beginner

Pre required knowledge: none

Schedule: 19th April (Sunday) from 10 AM – 1 PM

Price: ₹ 1,00

Material’s that will be provided: Nano Solar Panel, Micro Dc motor, plastic gears, erasers for wheels and other accessories.

What to bring: all the material will be shipped. Please ensure that you have an internet connection of at least 1Mbps speed with a UPS backup for the computer in case of power cut

Takeaway from the session: a self created miniature solar car, using solar cells

Artist’s Profile: Bishojeet Paul started making miniature models out of paper during his school days. He has been featured on various TV shows like, BBC Wheels India 1999. Star News, NDTV, etc. currently holding “LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS” for making miniature cars bike and aero models out of stiff paper.

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How does it work?

Once you complete the registration/transaction, you will receive an email from us. This will guide you on how to enter a live workshop room. You can view them from the convenience of your home and still be a part of the session.

All the material will be shipped; it may take up to 15 days for them to reach you.

Who can take up this workshop?

Each workshop has an age group specified and the skill level required to under the courses.

How do I make a payment?

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