Saturday, December 4, 2010

Shivam Sai Gupta is now an INK fellow!

Shivam Sai Gupta, who recently appeared as a speaker at NASSCOM Animation And Games Conclave is now an INK fellow. The 14 year old wonder kid developed the 3D FPS Shooter for PC based on 26 11 Mumbai Terror Attacks, which got lots of payers around the world and got published by UTV IndiaGames Ltd. UTV IndiaGames and he donated it free and you can download it here.

Shivam Sai Gupta

The Intel LevelUp Contest winner will be giving a little talk at The Ink Conference is going to be what you never thought of. 

In addition to participating as full members of The INK Conference audience, the INK Fellows will participate in a pre-conference INK Fellows Talks, where they will each deliver a short talk and collaborate with their peers. They will also participate in the INK community throughout the next year by telling their ongoing stories on the INK Fellows blog and participating in a private social network.

He will also be presenting his never-seen-before stunning works. Catch him at 10-12 in LAVASA at The Ink Conference. Register Now!

Excluding Shivam Sai Gupta, the other 19 fellows of The Ink Conference are:

Madhu Acharya is one of the founding members of the Antenna Foundation, and his pioneering work includes introducing mobile radio into remote villages in Nepal.

Ashwini AC is a sprint athlete from Udupi district who has won gold medals at the Commonwealth and Asian Games.

Sophie Morgan is an entrepreneur, a product designer, a television presenter, a model and campaigner who's work is centered around changing how disability is perceived and considered within society.

Guillermo Rivero is cofounder of Pase Usted, a project that aims to create a collective knowledge of positive ideas that would benefit Mexican society with creative solutions.

Vinay Gidwaney is a serial entrepreneur who not only writes software to influence the brain, but also helps people build healthy behavior and emotions into their daily life

Sharada Srinivasan is an Archaeological scientist, technical art historian, dancer and professor.

Chintakindi Mallesham is an inventor who's built a machine that has mechanized the most tedious part of weaving traditional Poochampally sarees, and has ushered in a revolution in the weaver community in India.

Joi Barua is an singer making waves in the advertising, music and film circuit in India.

Chakshu Roy heads technology initiatives at PRS Legislative research, developing a comprehensive technology strategy to engage large sections of the Indian population in policy making.

Susant Pattnaik is a 17 year old inventor who's built a breathing sensor apparatus that helps physically challenged people to operate a wheelchair using changes in breathing.

Ayah Bdeir is an interactive artist, and graduate of the MIT media lab, whose work is at the intersection of art, technology and science.

Mushtaq Ahmed Dar is a serial inventor from Jammu and Kashmir, who's built a portable device to climb trees and electric poles among other innovations.

Sachin Malhan is a serial entrepreneur who is now working to enable online collaboration amongst the world's print impaired population.

Remya Jose is an inventor with a number of path breaking inventions like a washing machine that's operated by a stationary cycle.

Ishita Chaudhry is the founder of The Youth Parliament Foundation that enables young people to create programmes and influence policies in health, education, gender, sexuality, the arts and governance. 

Anand Giridharadas is the author of 'India Calling: An intimate portrait of a Nation's Remaking' and writes for the New York Times and the International Herald Tribune.

Nachiket Udupa is a volunteer with Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan, who's working to implement his vision of cooperatives in agriculture, education and health.

Prof. Ugesh Sarcar is a innovative contemporary street magician with a show on National Television in India.

Mansukh Bhai Prajapati is a traditional clay craftsman who's developed a range of earthen products for daily use in the kitchen, like a refrigerator called MittiCool that runs without electricity.

What is The Ink Conference?

About The INK Conference
The INK Conference (INK stands for Innovation and Knowledge) is an annual conference that aims to fuel innovation and foster knowledge by bringing together the world’s most fascinating thinkers and doers from a range of disciplines such as art, architecture, design, entertainment, entrepreneurship, sports and technology - an intellectual Mardi Gras!

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