A separate place for a bunch of random older projects that I keep around, because, why not?

Short-films edited for College Film Club

The Shadow (2013)

My first dabble at short-film editing. Premiered on Kolkata TV – a regional television channel. Won the second prize in the Film Competition of REBECA 2013 – the annual cultural fest of IIEST Shibpur, India.

The Nightmare? (2014)

The second short-film I edited. A thriller.

Hardware Projects

Ambilight using RGB LEDs (2015)

A “do-as-you-wish” laboratory assignment for Peripheral Devices course in seventh semester of my bachelors. Project inspired from this Instructable article, but we used Arduino Uno instead of Raspberry Pi.

Rocker Bogie Suspension (2013)

A competition entry for a manual robotics event at Kshitij 2013, the annual tech-fest of Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.

Teaser / Trailer / Promo Videos for College Events

REBECA 2015 Trailer

REBECA is the annual cultural fest of IIEST Shibpur. This is the last trailer I made before graduation. Inspired by flat design, and final-year college nostalgia.

REBECA 2014 Trailer

For creating this second trailer, I had spent the four nights of REBECA 2013, on the hostel rooftop overlooking the arena, shivering in the cold, with my camera on its tripod, recording video clips to be used in this trailer one year later.

REBECA 2013 Trailer

My first trailer video for REBECA, in the year 2013. The video became extremely popular, and was screened at various alumni gatherings in India and USA.

INSTRUO 2014 Trailer

My last trailer video for INSTRUO – the techno-management fest of IIEST Shibpur – as an undergraduate student.

INSTRUO 2014 Events

Another video for INSTRUO 2014 highlighting the events organized.

INSTRUO 2013 Teaser

My second video-editing project in college. Moved on to using Magix Movie Edit Pro –  a fantastic video editing software for beginners and advanced users alike.

INSTRUO 2013 Events

Highlighting the events of INSTRUO 2013.

INSTRUO 2012 Events Trailer

The project that started it all, and nurtured the video-editor in me. Created using Adobe Flash (then known as Macromedia Flash).