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Curiosity Gym

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Curiosity Gym is a technology-education startup established in 2015 that operates as a makerspace in Fort, Mumbai. Curiosity Gym runs workshops and mentorship programs based on S.T.E.A.M (Science Technology Engineering Art Mathematics) learning, where students are encouraged to use the Design thinking paradigm and understand a problem, come up with multiple solutions and make prototypes to test with actual users. Popular courses include 3D printing, Python, Robotics, Design Thinking , Mobile App Development and Internet Of Things (IoT). Curiosity Gym also sets up Innovation/Design Hubs in schools and colleges across Mumbai.  

In  2017 Curiosity Gym released the Idiotware Shield[1], a simplified IoT (Internet of Things) platform for Arduino projects. The Idiotware Shield was created by the Curiosity Gym’s team and successfully crowdfunded, and is being purchased by maker schools and makers globally,

Products and Services[edit]

Curiosity Gym’s main business model consists of the setting up Innovation Hubs /makerspaces, mentoring students in STEAM and helping people of all ages fructify their ideas into viable prototypes[2]. Prototypes include a Sanitary Napkin Dispenser[3] that has been deployed in schools, a gas leak sensor to prevent fires in kitchens and an optimised water drip irrigation model to name a few.

Innovation Hubs[4] are tinkering labs/makerspaces  set up and run by Curiosity Gym in schools and colleges, where students go through the process of structured inquiry and learning, culminating into projects using science and technology for addressing real world challenges.

The STEM Mentorship program covers topics such as Basic and Advanced Electronics, Robotics, Design Thinking, Critical Thinking, Computer Aided Design, Coding using Scratch, Arduino, Java, Python  and Machine Learning. In the past, Curiosity Gym has mentored students for national and international competitions such as Ignite, NASA Robotics and Google Science Fair.


  1. "Waiting For A Letter? This IoT Mailbox Will Tell You Exactly When It Arrives". Hackaday. 2016-11-16. Retrieved 2018-01-23.
  2. "MAKER MAGIC". 2016-03-13. Retrieved 2018-01-23.
  3. "School installs 3D printed sanitary pad dispenser designed by its students". The Indian Express. Retrieved 2018-01-23.
  4. "Curiosity Gym - MakerTour". Retrieved 2018-01-23.

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