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Scifikids | Augmented Reality India | Innovare Augmented Reality is a technology that merges your physical environment with digitally produced information of the object you see through your camera.
India
Delwara, India 2010 Three friends and I went to a village near Udaipur in India. We gave a creative lesson to students aged 3-18 over a three week period. The classes involved sewing, woodworking, painting and drawing.
Inside India These photos were taking during my field research in India.
Indian Traffic Traffic in India
Bangalore: India's Garden City Bangalore is known the world over as India's Information Technology Capital. However, long before the information technology boom, the city was a military cantonment and a pensioner's paradise. Despite all the economic activity, the city has a relaxed and easy-going feel. It is full of gardens and parks and has some lovely architecture...
My India These were the photos I had taken when I was at home in summer 05.

Submissions (110)

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Greed makes man blind, foolish and easy prey. Art by Tara Bhatnagar, Grade 11, Suncity School, India. Description: The noxious cycle which comes into existence when man decides to neglect the delicate balance which exists in nature which in turn destroys him.
Tags: india, Suncity School, global warming, climate change, greed, destruction
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Technology taking over Nature Art by Kiran Thakur, Grade 11, Suncity School, India. Description: Nature does t stand a chance. It's being controlled and manipulated by technology.
Tags: india, Suncity School, environment, technology
clannapurna Painting
Work with time, not against it. Art by Savvy Jain, Grade 11, Suncity School, India. Description: man belongs to nature but still tries to overpower it. He is racing against time, destroying the planet he lives on.
Tags: india, Suncity School, environment, time, global warming, climate change
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Balance technology and Nature Art by Prapti Ghosh, Grade 12, Suncity School. Description: By no means can we neglect nature. We cannot have progress at the expense of technology. There has to be a good balance between the two.
Tags: india, Suncity School, environment, climate change, globalisation, nature
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Don't kill the world. Art by Kalyani Voleti, Art Educator, Suncity School, India. Description: Air, water pollution by man threatens the future of this planet. A plea to Man to open his eyes, see the devastation he is causing...
Tags: india, Suncity School, global warming, climate change, greed, destruction
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Clean and green India. Art by Patel Vidit Rameshbhai, belonging to scheduled tribe Dhodia, Gujarat. School: Kharel Education Society Navasari , Gujrat supported by Larsen Toubro Public Charitable Trust. Description: India has embraced the cleanliness drive Swachh Bharat, an attempt to instil hygiene and cleanliness among the diverse population of the country....
Tags: india, gujarat, Dhodia Indigenous tribe, Kharel, Navasari, global warming, climate change
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Leave me alone! Name of the Artist: Mahendra Umbarsada (supported by Larsen Toubro Public Charitable Trust) Age: 27 Address: Savroli-Patilpada, Talasari Block, Palghar District, Maharashtra, India. Tribe: Hindu Warli. Title:...
Tags: urbanization, climate change, global warming, Warli Indigenous tribe, maharashtra, india, floods, industrialization
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Happy Indian School Girls These school girls enjoy going to school, learning how to read and write, Hindi, Mathematics, etc. Their education is being enabled through their father's earning in Dubai. In their village you hardly see any fathers, since almost all of them have a job far away from home.
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Journey to a greener world. Clay relief, Suncity School, India. Through small actions, steady steps, we can move towards a cleaner and greener world.
Tags: Green footprint, carbon footprint, Suncity School, india, global warming, climate change, renewable energy
clannapurna Sculpture
See the tree... a CD tree... E-waste Sculpture by students of Grade X, Suncity School, India. Description: Students undertook a hands on activity to experience e-waste reuse in a creative way. A magnificent tree, a CD tree, emerged from this wonderful learning experience.
Tags: clean, Suncity School, india, reuse, save trees, pollution, environment, green, recycle
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