“Energy”, don’t know how many times we use this word, but we surely use energy everyday. By now, we know what renewable energy sources are( if not go ahead and click here Renewable). One of the most effective renewable sources of energy is wind energy, till now we have seen only the windmills on the… Read More Flying windmills!
All the projects that Google is working on, like Project Ara, Project fi, Project Soli, Project wing, Project balloon, Project Tango and many more are super cool. In my view this year Google I/O 2016 was mostly about AI and VR. Last year I have read about “Google Project Ara” and that really freaked me… Read More Google Project Ara( An innovative piece’s’ of smart phone)
Smart tools are everywhere now. Likewise many manufacturers are diving into the development of Augmented reality( learn more about augmented reality and VR here VR vs AR )Even BMW is working on something related to augmented reality, motorcycle helmets that let drivers keep tabs on their gas levels and RPMs without glancing down from the… Read More BMW’s HELMET WITH AUGMENTED REALITY!
We’re swimming in a sea of electromagnetic radiation produced by electrical appliances and other technologies everyday, that are part of modern life. Your phone sends radiofrequency, or RF, waves from its antenna to nearby cell towers, and receives RF waves to its antenna from cell towers when you make a call or text or use data. The… Read More Does cell phones cause tumour?
It is so cool to have something like this.. Capturing precious moments in motion… This printer prints a live photo! Check out the real demo here..
In astronomy, we often hear the word “Supernova”. Let’s see, what actually a Supernova is? Supernova is an event where an explosion of a huge star takes place. These blasts produce some heavy material in the universe including some elements, like iron, which make up planets. Not all stars become Supernova though. So, there are two types… Read More What is Supernova?
For so long, scientists were trying hard to find the evidence for Gravitational waves, predicted by Einstein over a 100 years ago, in his “Theory of Relativity”. Finally, scientists at LIGO( Laser Interferometer Gravitational Waves Observatory) detected Gravitational Waves. Scientists estimate, about 1.3 billion years ago, two black holes collided at half the speed of light. Which resulted in… Read More Epic moment in science( Discovery of Gravitational Waves)