Tinkerama is our initiative to help inquisitive, thinking minds better their learning by inculcating hands on training. Our vision is to instill creative confidence in students, bringing out the inner innovator in them!
So… what do we do exactly?
We specialize in electronics, coding and creating fun! ;). We are makers, whose sole purpose of existence is to create and be creative. You will find us conducting workshops around the city – in schools, in museums and of-course, we are regular exhibitors at fairs and tech festivals where you would get to see all the cool stuff we have created!
What can we do for you?
We offer various hands on courses, interactive and skill building workshops (where you take home what you make!) and project building for engineers. If you’re representing a school, college, or company and would like to have a fun session on creative learning with electronics or maybe a serious course for over a period, do contact us. We’ll make it happen!
Who can attend the workshops?
Anyone and everyone! We believe everyone is a maker, and our workshops are geared towards bringing out your creative side. We believe learning is an endless process and there is always more to know.
So drop by at one of our workshops for a session filled with creative circuit building and fun immersive interactions.
Check out our events page to know more about the upcoming workshops!
Working with other organizations towards a common goal and engaging with their crowd has always been exciting. Here are some of the institutions we collaborate with, to bring fun and making to one and all.
Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum:
Museums have always been our favorite type of collaborations. This summer Tinkerama was at VITM conducting summer classes on Arduino. Earlier, we were at the Innovation Festival 2018! Check out the projects we made here.
SAP Ariba Bangalore:
Tinkerama conducted a soldering workshop at SAP Ariba to an highly enthusiastic group of grown-ups. So if you are a grown up, looking forward to learn some fun electronics, find out the details about this workshop here
St. Francis Xavier Girls’ High school:
We conducted a theremin (an electronic musical instrument with arduino and LED’s)workshop for girls at St. Xaviers high. Click here to know more.
An interactive and hands on workshop for college students, where the students got to understand the working and building of electronic circuits along with the basics of coding.
Tinkerama in collaboration with Bengaluru’s first Makerspace – Workbench Projects, conducted a Automatic Night Light – Soldering Workshop. The audience got to make their own night lamp that automatically turns on when it senses darkness. Check out the details here
This summer, kids played with paper circuits and learnt electronics in a fun filled, month long summer camp which was curated along with Samam Vidya. Find out more here.