Extentia's way of showcasing innovations in technology both internally and to the outside world.
Techquarium is Extentia’s platform to demonstrate new technology and hardware. It involves IoT, AR, VR, wearables, 3D printing, and AI technologies. Devices are showcased to a variety of audiences, with the intent of promoting workable ideas for them. Techquarium represents Extentia’s commitment to innovation in technology.
In addition to our regular internal sessions, we have conducted several external ones for companies, schools, colleges, events, and the media.
Amazon Echo is a speaker that functions on voice command. It can be activated by using a “wake up word”, namely, Alexa, which can be changed by the user. It is programmable and can be integrated to the Cloud. It can contemporarily be called as the JARVIS of the corporate world.
Electric Imp is a California and England based company that provides hardware and software solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT). This particular hardware (imp 001) is a WiFi and processor containing module which can be loaded with a SD card (The white card in the picture) and connected to the cloud as per the user needs. For instance, it can function as a temperature, pressure and humidity detector.
It is a Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) device that allows you to understand and possibly even influence your brainwaves. Users can develop their own applications and the device is compatible with iOS, Android, PC, and Mac. With more than 100 brain training games and educational apps on the NeuroSky App Store, the possibilities are mindboggling!
A 3D printer is a device which converts a two dimensional image into a three-dimensional object. It is used for artistic work by hobbyists, and in schools and hospitals and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, and Linux software systems.
The Oculus Rift is an intensive virtual reality headset. It replicates the user’s environment, enhancing user experience. Be it playing games or watching movies, the magic of immersion changes everything.
A home automation kit that has smart wall sockets, which allows you to turn devices on and off, using its respective mobile application. Oakter HUB works with both, iOS and Android devices. Get set to control your devices from your smartphone!
Google home is Google's latest entry into the home automation space. It goes head to head with the Amazon Alexa, who had a niche in this market. In functionality, Google Home can be used to do things like, find location based venues, get movie shows, etc. It also can be used as an assistant to make calendar invites, keep reminders, and set alarms. Here’s the power of Google in a speaker for your home.
The first 3D pen in the market with an ink that’s cool on release. Unlike it’s 3Doodler counterpart, Creo Pop comes up with the concept of using “jelly-like” ink through its cartridges that are cool to touch and are hardened via UV Ray light located at the tip of the mouth. It does not require an external power cord and the inks come in different variants such as glow-in-the-dark or magnetic.
LIFX is an LED Bulb which has a spectrum of 1 million colors. It can be connected to the internet via the WiFi and be controlled via smartphone apps available in the Google Play Store, App Store and the Windows Store. Its unique feature allows it to take any color out of a possible million combinations.
An interactive input device for computers that senses the users’ hands. Among other features, users could lift and drop things in cyberspace. The sensor device supports hand and finger gestures. Emulating Iron Man was never this exciting!
Flic, a simple button on the outside and a mini life-saver on the inside, is out in the market as a solution for various “If This Then That” functions. It has be used to trigger pre-programmed functions by clicking it once, double-clicking, and keeping it pressed for a while. It comes with an app for a mobile device through which it is configured and it can be used in various scenarios ranging from panic button in case of emergencies to a random phone call distraction when you’re at that convers
The Moov Classic is classified as a smart fitness tracker that embraces a unique technique, which will alert you about your activity. Its exclusivity lies in the Moov application developed for smartphones. The device comes with a wrist strap as well as an ankle strap for better efficiency.