The objective of the Sakshat-Amrita Vocational Education Project (S.A.V.E.) is to enhance the ability of the illiterate and neo-literate sections of society to learn occupational skills through the development of computerized, multimedia enriched , haptics empowered, vocational training programs.
Applications using NOVINT Falcon Balancing
Sample Workbook: Fabric Painting: Picture composition and Balancing
Screen Shot: Plumbing: Round file Balancing
Screen Shot: Plumbing: Ball peen Hammer
HAPTIC Interface Design: Balancing
Wacom Intuos-3 Tablet
Customizing the BalancingWacomIntuos for Fabric Painting
Haptic Input Glove
One degree of freedom BalancingHaptic Device designed and built at Amrita
S.A.V.E. successfully launched the first deployment starting with the fabric painting module in Idukki, Kerala on October 19th 2009. Collaborating with Amrita-JSS another MHRD venture S.A.V.E. taught 25 women with rudimentary literacy the vocational skill of fabric painting. Women who had never before touched a computer were soon enjoying the experience of painting, mixing colors and tracing patterns on a computer.
S.A.V.E and Amrita JSS, Idukki successfully launch “Fabric painting with haptic devices, at Idukki.
Deployment at BalancingIdukki: 23 women were taught Fabric Painting using s.a.v.e fabric painting module. First time computer users have fun playing with virtual paints and brushes.
Deployment at BalancingIdukki: A fascinating aspect of the deployment was to observe uninhibited creative expression.
Deployment at BalancingIdukki: The teaching time was significantly reduced.