About

The CORE Lab is an initiative by an Interest Group from the Computer Science and Engineering department in an attempt to transfer learning process from classrooms to practical domains. The lab offers opportunities and mentorship for students to strategically approach and solve problems the Computational Thinking way. This is the first lab of its kind that sets a personal timeline for students to explore, experiment and learn by integrating theory and practice using computational thinking strategies.

Equipment Details

Sr.No. Component List No. of Items
1 Raspberry pi 3 4
2 Raspberry pi 2 8
3 ESP 8266 with board 3
4 Arduino UNO 4
5 Raspberry pi Camera board 1
6 DS-SC alpha Servo driver mode 1
7 Raspberry pi Sense hat add-on board 2
8 PC Intel i5 processor with monitor keyboard and mouse 2
9 LCD monitor 18.5 inch DELL 5
10 Robot chassis kit 2
11 RFID reader and card 2
12 Micro SD adapter 2
13 Sparkfun realtime clock module 2
14 Ultrasonic sensor HCSR04 2
15 Geared motor 2
16 Servo motor 2
17 Stepper motor driver board 2
18 SanDisk Micro SD card 16GB 4
19 Dual USB Universal AC Adapter 3
20 Jumper cables 120
21 HDMI to VGA cables 5
22 USB cables 4
23 LM 35 temperature sensor 3
24 BMP 180 pressure sensor 3
25 DHT 22 humidity sensor 3

Projects

  • Project Tracking System - Angular Application for Keeping Track of Projects.
  • Virtual Reality Gaming - A Simple VR Representation of the Classic "Duck Hunt" Game.

Products Details

  1. HPOJ – Online Judge for Competitive Coding.
  2. Amrita Wallet - A Cashless System implemented campus-wide.
  3. X Ray Digitiser - An application to digitize X Rays for rural environments.
  4. Amrita Navigator - An android app to navigate through the campus.
  5. Flowgramming - An open-source application to draw and execute flowcharts.