Fero is an autonomous mobile robot that detects fire, approaches it, and then exitnguishes it. Code for sensor data acquisition and mechanisms for the actuators can be found in this repo.
ISRO's Astrosat records solar activity in lightcurve files. That data was used along with consensus among multiple algorithms to detect and confirm solar flares.
A way to enter repetitive data before autofill was a thing. Graph based word matching. Limited only to Windows machines, probably for the better.
A reaction wheel is a rotating disk mounted on top of an axle. It balances itself by gyroscopic forces caused by its rotation. This is a proof of concept code for 3D printed components and an Arduino.
We used computer vision to track kinematics of a ball falling in a viscous liquid. The acceleration and velocity data was used to prove Stoke's Law.
This is a tool for quick note-taking, straight from your terminal. Backed by a file for persistence. Can be infinitely improved, but kept just for nostalgia.
Write names of songs in a file, and watch them being added to your Spotify playlist. This is from the Covid-era when we streamed songs on Discord and needed a way to save the queue.
Another Covid-era project to book your vaccination. "Find slots near Kolkata at 1:00pm", it's that easy. This was to closely monitor slots, which were being quickly snatched up.
See some of my data science portfolio. This mostly covers some basic personal projects I did when I started learning about it. There's so much more where that came from!
Visit my GitHub for more repositories. Most of them are super scrappy and outdated, built just for an hour of fun, or to solve a personal problem. Happy trip down my memory lane!