Sunita's makerspace – All you need is space

Age Group 11 to 14 Years


1.Poem Writing - World of Robots

Poetry is not just about fusing words and rhythm. Poem on the world of robots of the future may be able to adeptly sense and react to the environment around the participants on the wanted thing for generations, bringing robots to help us, each of us.

2.Poster making on Futuristic Modes of Transport

The future mode of transportation involves moving into new, smarter sources of energy, and physical and technological infrastructure to support the transportation innovations. Fast transport systems will connect major cities around the world in less than 1 hour. Participants imagine, research and draw posters on future modes of transport to show their imagination.

3.Rap Song on lyrics for Future World

Future makes prevalent use of Auto-Tune in the songs, both rapping and singing with the effect.

Participants will write a rap song from real-life situations and real-life experiences of something that go on in future days, or something from which they inspire from..

4.Drama on theme - Futuristic Life

When a man goes for virtual vacation memories of the planet Mars, an unexpected and harrowing  series  of events force him to go to the planet for real – or is he?

Participants can create any and every aspect of their futuristic world that they desire with vivid imagination, narrowing down the most important parts for their screenplay that they come up with a few futuristic aspects.

5.Futuristic Dance Video

With a view to the future the performance reflects digitization and mechanization artistically.

The dance performance merges 3-dimensional motion graphics with acrobatics and dance. The movements of the artists are embedded in a scene generated via video mapping.

This performance by the participants represents the ideas of the future society and the culture through the dance with excitement that comes with staging productions for young dancers.


Participants will prepare videos/PPTs on the following topics:

1.Carbon dioxide as a source of energy

Carbon dioxide is one of the major greenhouse Most of this heat-trapping gas is produced through human activities related to burning fossil fuels  for  electricity, heat and transportation.

Despite, a kind of battery system based on the phenomenon can be used to produce electricity by removing CO2 from such  an  aqueous solution. The hybrid Na-CO2 system functions in similar way to a fuel cell.

2.My Furniture in my pocket (Changeable furniture of small size can be turned big by blowing air into it)

Multifunctional transforming furniture can accommodate a variety of increasingly common household formation types that are underserved by current housing options.

Transforming furniture can add function and square footage to any space, large or small. It offers you a smarter way to live more comfortably in the space you have like a fully functioning kitchen that conveniently folds up into a stylish looking box that sits quietly in the corner until you need it again.

3.Genetically Modified Humans

Participant genetic study that sought to pinpoint how the human genome is evolving and suggest that natural selection is getting rid of harmful genetic mutations that shorten people’s lives.

4.Energy Storing Bricks

It is a kind of brick that store energy until required for powering devices. Participants show a method that converts bricks into a type of energy storage device called a super capacitor. The method works with a regular brick or recycled bricks, and even they can make their bricks as well.


Participants can prepare PPTs/Videos on the following topics:

1.Future Government with one world / Civilisations

Presentation envisions one world government. Focus upon many possible avenues by which new world order might be achieved. The nations fifty years from now will have learned to enmesh their sovereignties into a single supreme authority. One world or none at all is the choice.

2.The Evolution of Humans and Living Beings

Participants’ slide show focuses on evolution that not only changes a single individual but changes the inherited means of growth and development that typify a population. Over time, genetic change can alter a species’ overall way of life.


Participants will prepare PPTs/Videos on thefollowing topics:

1.Futuristic E-business Ideas

This shows the slides of the emergence of the gig and sharing economies, the enormous growth of e-commerce, mobile apps, webinars, courses delivered via email, YouTube videos, online education etc.

2.How will Business Managements change in the future

Participants show a look at the impact of technology on business. Current trends in business and technology show that the way employees work — where, when, why and with whom — will change completely over the next decade and bear little resemblance to work as it stands today.

*General Rules for Maker’s Day Participants:

  • E-Certificates will be given to all the participants.
  • Participants need to think of 100 years from now.
  • The ideas should be original –adaptations are acceptable but not plagiarism.
  • Participants can take part in maximum 2 competitions only.
  • Participants of age group 11 to 14 and 15 to 18 can make group of 3-4 participants to participate in competitions like Fusion music for the future, Drama on theme – Futuristic Life and Futuristic Dance .
  • Judgement criteria: 50% weightage to number of likes by viewers and 50% weightage will be given to judges’ and experienced mentor’s decision.
  • The competitions are open for all
  • The voiceovers in the PPTs and videos should be of the participants only.
  • Interested participants can register themselves for the competition between 1st October 2020 and 12th October 2020.
  • The participants can upload their videos/PPTs from 12th October 2020 to 17th October.
  • Voting for the competition will start from 18th October 2020 and end on 22nd October.
  • The results of the competition will be announced from 22nd October 2020 onwards.
  • Exciting prizes will be given to Winners.
  • To register for the competition click on the following link: