Our project is based on the Engineering behind the counting of number of Tigers in a reserve. There in no precise method to count on number of Tigers in a reserve. Earlier counting used to happen with the help of tiger paw print. Now a days, counting is done with the help of powerful cameras having sensors.
Cameras are deployed across for e.g. a water trail where most of the tigers will be coming. Cameras keep on clicking the photographs. This mechanism uses the principle that tiger body stripes are unique and by applying advanced methods, engineers derive out the number of tigers.
We are showing this concept with our small model where smart motion sensor will play sound only when Tiger is coming ahead of this. Out model is depicting forest scene and our smart camera (motion sensor) is placed next to water trail of blue blocks. Animals are roaming here and there with the help of motor..