Pocket Science Lab is a complete and powerful tool that can really power a regular science lab. It can work as Oscilloscope and Logical Analyzer. PSLab can generate desirable waveforms, voltages, currents and pwm signals, it can read resistance, capacitance and data from sensors (wireless/analog/digital). Its features have opened new horizons for engineers, teachers and students. As we live in 21st century, where Smartphones are possessed by the majority of people, it is important that the features of PSLab can be accessed via Smartphone. This proposal aims towards the development of an Android application for PSLab experiments. The proposal proposes an entire model contributing towards the development of the project. It starts with discussing various aspects of the project and defining its goals. Then it focusses on project implementation, the software lifecycle to be used and the modules in which the system can be divided into. Subsequently, it states application’s ideology and thoroughly explains each module (along with wireframes). It also presents a timeline of the entire project. The proposal concludes by discussing development and testing phase of the project.



Akarshan Gandotra


  • Lorenz Gerber
  • Kiwi
  • Praveen Patil (Gnovi)
  • Soong Chee Gi
  • Darwin Gosal
  • Wan Leung Wong
  • Ansgar Schmidt
  • Mitch Altman
  • Shams Jaber
  • Victoria Bondarchuk
  • Mario Behling
  • Haggen So