Aatur Mehta & Bhavya Gohil’s Chess Automated has pieces moving on their own,Backed by RiiDL

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Watching the pieces on the chess board in Harry Potter move across the board on verbal commands, one wouldn’t have thought it could be a reality any time soon; but two 22-year-old engineering students based in Mumbai have just created something similar. The duo, Aatur Mehta and Bhavya Gohil, has created a 3D-printed, Internet of Things-based chess set called Chess Automated, which can be connected to the internet through Wi-Fi and accessed through a dedicated app.

Hey chess lovers!

We know that there’s nothing like playing a game of chess on a real board. But, let’s face it. It’s a busy world, people stay miles away from each other and even if someone wants to come over to play, it requires a hell lot of a planning. Phew! Too much effort. Result, you give up and end up playing chess online. How boring.

Square Off is all set to redefine the world of board games, starting with chess. Bringing to you the world’s smartest, most connected and the most evolved chess board. It enables you to play your favourite game against a fellow chess enthusiast from anywhere in the world. The automated board is designed to reflect the move of your opponent with precision. Not just that, you can challenge the artificial intelligence of the board too.

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Yes, Square Off is here to bring back those charming old days when people played chess on classic tangible boards. Felt chess from their heart, indulged in the luxury of playing with wooden boards and handcrafted chess pieces. Where on one hand, it has revived the classic charisma of chess, on the other hand, Square Off has also made it smarter, automated and super fun.

Want to play a game of chess with someone who is as passionate? Possible. What if that person is sitting far away? Possible. What if he doesn’t have the same board? Still possible. Now, what’s not possible is to have an excuse for not playing your favorite game.

So let’s get connected. Let’s Square Off!

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