Harsh, Built A Radar To Determine The Range, Velocity Or Angle Of Objects
Harsh, of 7th-grade Magarpatta city public school, a student at Codingal, has developed a Radar, a detection system that uses radio waves to determine the range, angle, or velocity of objects.
Harsh has managed to do this thanks to the coding and robotics experience he picked up learning via Codingal. This is an online learning platform that teaches kids how to code so that they are prepared to take a modern world where the skill has become that much more coveted.
His Radar allows anyone to determine the range, angle, or velocity of objects using radio waves. He uses a fevicol bottle to check the velocity, range, and velocity that works on the radio waves.
Harsh himself says he was inspired by the Koi Mil Gaya movie, in which Hritik Roshan uses Radar to communicate with Aliens. In particular, he says that he was inspired to do something different.
This is exactly the kind of interest we need to build in young children in the country. You can force kids to take up science and engineering in college all you want. But it’s not unless they can develop a passion for it that they will achieve great things. And this is how you start.
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