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In this fast changing era, who doesn’t want a Mobile App that can work on any platform?
Here is a great opportunity to learn to build that. So, grab your car’s steering, fasten your seat belt as the experts from the extensive community of Flutter Developers take you on a breathtaking journey at FootPrintsX10. 

Humanoid Robotics


A workshop conducted by AMZ automotive where participants will learn to build a two legged robot which will have a six degrees of freedom with a hip, knee & foot. Based on arduino and it’s programming, this workshop also help participants to learn the working of the servo motors and the programming logic behind the human’s walking action.




In the time of dozens of apps requiring our sign in and personal data, the question which arises is, whom to trust ? Also the list of usernames and passwords to remember is stealing away the productivity of it. It’s high time to learn about the changing norms of Web authentication and single sign on ! One click and you’re sorted for all your apps. Learn the latest trend of the world right at FootprintsX10. Come, experience,learn and earn !



DATE - 22nd & 23rd Feb.

VENUE - Faculty of Technology and Engg., MSU



DATE - 21st & 22nd Feb.

VENUE - Faculty of Technology and Engg., MSU
FEES - 1300/-(Individual)
6500/-(Team of 5)


DATE - 21st Feb.

VENUE - Faculty of Technology and Engg., MSU

FEES - 500/-


Advance Image Sensing Robotics


Propelling in its way to the 6th sense technology , Advance Image Sensing Robot possesses the capability to sense a virtual object and give the desired motion. Anvira Edustation provided a platform to learn the latest technology at FootPrintsX9.

Web Extension


Accessibility allows us to tap into everyone’s potential. FootPrintsX9, with Mozilla, provided an opportunity to create an extension for Firefox. This workshops was conducted by the professional trainers, Mr. Jayesh KR, Ms. Shina Dhingra and Mr. Pranshu Khanna from Mozilla Group.

Machine Learning


FootPrintsX9, with Google Developers Group, provided an opportunity for the young engineers to assimilate machine learning that can progressively improve a system’s performance on any task.



Blockchain can be described as the fourth revolution. It’s a phenomenon which is slowly advancing and gradually proving to be an answer to every trust gap that the society bares. It is a concept which is digitized, decentralised and the basis of all cryptocurrencies. Blockchain by Microsoft Azure would teach the students to adopt this revolutionary technology as a security system.

Mixed Reality


It is the merger of real and virtual worlds to produce new environments and visualizations where physical and digital objects co-exist and interact in real time. For the first time in India, Mozilla is conduting a workshop on making a website completely based on mixed reality that is virtual reality along with augmented reality, which would enable the students to unlock possibilities that were restricted to our imaginations before.

Brainwave Control Robotics


Interestingly, our intellect is capable enough to control a mechanical machine merely by contemplating. Using this, Robokart presents a workshop to build and control robots and other devices, through the power of our minds. Based on Electro Encephalography(EEG) and making use of Arduino, this workshop will provide the participants a profound knowledge about brain wave controlled robotics.

Progessive Web Application


Progressive Web Application, the latest technology which enables the students to develop simple and engaging apps was conducted by Google Developer’s Group. It’s features are installability, engagement, performance and native abilities. It can load even on low or flaky network and it is easy to share.



A workshop conducted by Mozilla based on virtual reality that provides a new era of browsing the internet by making interactive websites using Virtual Reality to give one of a kind experience. Virtual cardboard was provided for visual experience.

Biped Robotics


A workshop conducted by ROBOKART where participants learnt to make an autonomous biped robot capable of walking, running and doing a 180°split. The mechanism used was of servo motors, microcontroller and various sensing devices. The kit was versatile and can be used to make various other robots.