DJS Racing is the FSAE team of DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering, Mumbai, where students design and build a race car to participate in FSAE events around the world. This is my role and experience in the team, when we as a team of 28 engineers participated in Formula Student Germany 2014, and raced at the Hockenheimring alongside 114 other international teams.
       
     
 This "Hiking Stick" is an Augmented Reality Navigation device, aimed at helping amateur adult hikers navigate effectively, in the woods. The objective of the hiking stick is to provide navigational cues to the hiker without being too intrusive. More specifically, it displays a virtual path for the hiker to follow, according to pre-uploaded GPS coordinates. If the hiker is off the path, the stick calculates the shortest route to get back on a path towards the final destination. In order to be non-intrusive, the user is able to turn the feature on or off as needed. When off, the stick functions as a normal hiking stick.
       
     
 Ethnographic Research at Auburn Avenue
       
     
 The project was conceived by the Georgia Institute of Technology Team and created for the 2016 Walt Disney Imagineering’s Imaginations Design Competition. This project is the sole property of Walt Disney Imagineering and all rights to use these ideas are exclusive to Walt Disney Imagineering. The competition is a way for students and recent graduates to showcase their talents and for Walt Disney Imagineering to identify new talent.
       
     
       
     
       
     
  People aging with long-term ambulatory disabilities generally use familiar outdoor routes that fit their functional abilities and assistive technologies. However, the onset of age-related comorbid functional deficits creates a new set of environmental challenges that often exceed the abilities of these individuals, even on long-used routes. Despite these challenges, the real barrier to outdoor mobility is the lack of information with which to plan safe and appropriate alternative routes.    The ALIGN project will develop and evaluate the feasibility of a mobile app (ALIGN) to inform outdoor route planning by people aging with ambulatory disabilities who are experiencing comorbid functional losses.
       
     
       
     
 DJS Racing is the FSAE team of DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering, Mumbai, where students design and build a race car to participate in FSAE events around the world. This is my role and experience in the team, when we as a team of 28 engineers participated in Formula Student Germany 2014, and raced at the Hockenheimring alongside 114 other international teams.