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Quantum Entanglement is real Einstein's idea in trouble

Posted by Harsh Chaudhary

Dutch Scientists show that Einstein was wrong about the spooky side of the universe by proving that quantum entanglement is real.

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The Internet of Things

Posted by Saksham Garg

Suppose you are out for a holiday and a burglar breaks into your house. In the midst of the robbery, sits on the couch.Your couch immediately detects his presence and not only notifies you on your smart phone, but also sends a message to the nearest police station. Enter: the ‘Internet of Things’ that can make any object into a ‘smart thing.

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Quantum Computer – How it works

Posted by Saksham Garg

As you might recall, a qubit was related to the spin of the electron. Researchers have been using the outermost electron of a single phosphorus atom as a qubit, embedded in a silicon crystal.

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Quantum Computing: The Qubits

Posted by Saksham Garg

In today’s world, the computers keep getting smaller as well as faster. From the first computers which fitted in whole rooms to computers today which fit in our hands. Currently China's supercomputer is the world's fastest: it can run at a sustained 2.5 petaflops (a petaflop is a thousand trillion floating point operations per second) thanks to its 186,368 cores and 229,376 GB of RAM.

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Augmented Reality Apps – Starter Kit

Posted by Saksham Garg

We learnt about the basics of Augmented Reality and it’s applications across various fields in the previous articles. However, one wonders how the concept of AR can be useful for him. There isn’t an app for every individual’s own requirement. So here we’re going to discuss some ways in which a person can make his or her own Augmented Reality Apps in order to make his work easier.

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A Glimpse of the Future: Augmented Reality

Posted by Saksham Garg

Most of you might remember Google’s April fool prank in the year 2011, where they claimed to have introduced Gmail MOTION.This gesture prank was merely a small part of ‘Augmented Reality’, which is defined as the process of superimposing digitally rendered images onto our real-world surroundings, giving a sense of an illusion or virtual reality.

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Why don’t we have IIT -like schools?

Posted by Shailvi Singh

Schooling, especially secondary schooling is an integral part of what becomes of a pupil. But unfortunately, the present scenario of primary and secondary education in the country is pitiable!

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The A to O of Arduino

Posted by Saksham Garg

Arduino is an open source platform consisting of a physical programmable circuit board (i.e. microcontroller) and a piece of software (i.e. Integrated Development Environment) used in several electronics projects often dealing with the physical environment.

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GOOGLE SCIENCE FAIR- It’s Your Turn To Change The World

Posted by Ayushi Srivastava

Genius knows no age; it’s just a quality, affinity of which lies in the minds, not in “how old the mind is”. This is the policy on which Google laid its motive upon and started a fair which is for the youth and by the youth.

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