CELEBRATING 100th ARTICLE WITH MY 100 FELLOW BLOGGERES!! 

This is a big moment for me. This is my 100th post with more than 100 wordpress followers ( 104 followers ;)). Thank you so much guys, thanks for all your support, thanks to all those famous wordpress bloggers who supported me, gave answers to many silly questions of mine. My blog has got 2 100’s this time.  So this post has got some significance and this post should be big.

For that reason I have decided to link all my favourite articles on my blog. Damn this is too tough to select few from 100, all 100 are my favourite, let’s see how many I choose. Here we go..

Well before you read my favourite posts, let me tell you something. All those you are about read are those which are most interesting and fascinating things I shared on my blog since I started, everything I learnt, every fascinating thing I shared, every award I got. Thanks to all my followers and readers of my blog. Hey you know what all these lines are to be written at the bottom, but I have a doubt that you may not reach the bottom scrolling all the way down 😉 that’s a huge list with full of cool, fascinating, informatic and interesting stuff. Trust me that’s worth reading.

Thanks for bearing me😜😜 keep reading my blog and keep bearing me… 😜😜

“On virtual reality”. My first ever post

3D Printing

Quantum Dots

Piezoelectric effect

6 Degrees of separation

Tips to choose a smart phone

On 4D printing
Northern lights
On origin of our Universe
On mirrors flipping our image
How touch screen works
Light pollution
What’s mass?
Where did wind come from
On Windows 10
Abdul Kalam
Fast charging
The most radioactive places on earth
Warmhole, the fastest transport
Display resolution vs pixels
Are we both seeing the same colour?
What’s a Dimension?
What’s the colour of a mirror?
Can we go faster than light?
Recording dreams
50 follow;)
Nature of time
Most luxurious cars 2015
3D sound
IOS9
The dream smart phone, Saygus
Worlds roundest object
Quantum computing
Total marvel story
Microsoft hologram
Ferrari F80
Dark matter
Entrepreneurship
Black hole
Quantum dots?
Drones
The company Pebble..
Award
Award 2
Award 3
Wow, now how was the ride on this big article? Let me know…

Virtual Reality vs Holograms

These days the trend is to innovate, the technology giants all over the world are experimenting to innovate new thing rather improving same old stuff. The companies like Google and Microsoft are doing it. Now let’s talk something about those innovations.

Firstly VIRTUAL REALITY

The “Virtual Reality (VR), sometimes referred to as immersive multimedia. A Virtual Reality is that which shows us a virtual world, which actually isn’t real. For example to examine a specific place, Virtual reality makes us feel that we are really in the field. For example, if we put on our earphones, we only hear to the music created in the earphones. In a very similar way, the VR headsets word. The company Google did something great with it’s Google cardboard, which helps people all over the world to create their own DIY VR headsets with few simple steps. To make your own headsets, check it out here ,How to make VR headsets?

To learn about the Google cardboard here Google cardboard.

To learn about the HTC VIVE VR click here htc vive VR.

Now HOLOGRAMS

Unlike virtual reality, which takes us all the way to a new reality, Holograms are those which creates some 3 Dimensional objects in our “own reality”. The HoloLens can create realistic  3 dimensional images and place those images in the world around you. So, when we see through a hololens. we will be able to see all those realistic 3 dimensional objects created around us. It is nothing but Augmenting something into our own reality, so it is also known as AUGMENTED REALITY. The technology giant Microsoft has did something great with this concept of hologram.

Learn more about Microsoft hologram here, MICROSOFT HOLOGRAM.

BEST APPS AND GAMES FOR YOUR CARDBOARD V.R.

Best Google Cardboard Apps

Best Google Cardboard apps to download and enjoy the virtual reality ride

If you’ve recently invested in a Google Cardboard, or an alternative virtual reality headset, hunting out the most impressive VR-friendly apps in the Google Play Store is not the easiest thing to do.

There isn’t a massive selection to choose from at the moment, although I have managed to find some great apps.

1. CMOAR VR CINEMA.

This is one of the finest apps you find for your google cardboard VR. This app allows you to to have a full cinematic experience. With CMOAR VR CINEMA you can watch any movie on your device in VR. It feels like you are in a theater. That’s a truly amazing experience. But it’s a paid app, and it actually worth it. Or you can download it for free, you know what i mean…..

2. Tuscany Dive

Tuscany Dive

One of the best looking VR games we’ve come across for Google Cardboard, Tuscany Dive takes you on a little journey of a Tuscan villa. Peer down at the red circle at your feet to start walking, and then you can explore the villa inside and out. It’s like a first attempt at a virtual holiday, and it’s enjoyable while getting you used to walking around using a VR headset without a controller.

You might even imagine the wind ruffling through your hair. Well, maybe.

Download Tuscany Dive now

3. Proton Pulse Google Cardboard

Proton Pulse

Like Pong on acid, Proton Pulse is a great game for Google Cardboard, which uses your head as the paddle. Just like other brick-breaking titles, the premise is simple, but the whirling colours and tunnel-structures make this a great entry to the Google Cardboard game catalogue – and there really aren’t that many of note. You’ll be tilting your head and getting that ball spinning expertly in no time at all.

Download Proton Pulse now

4. VR Roller Coaster

 VR Roller Coaster

 Riding a rollercoaster should be fun and it can be even with a VR headset strapped to your head. There are quite a few roller coaster VR simulations, but we feel that Frag’s attempt is the crispest and offers the best experience from your mobile VR headset. You might even get a few stomach churns as you go around the bends and loops 😉

Download VR Roller Coaster now

5.  Lamper

Lamper VR

If you’re looking for a little gaming fun on the Google Cardboard, Lamper is a great mobile game to download. You play as little Lamper – albeit in a third person view – and you’ll have to guide him through a series of treacherous tunnels. As with other platformers, you’ll need to avoid hazards and collect sweets along the way to try and get the highest score.

Download Lamper VR now

6.Volvo Reality

Volvo Reality

Volvo is one of the first mainstream companies to try its hand at a VR demonstration in the form of an app. The Volvo Reality App lets you test-drive the Volvo XC90 without even having to leave your chair. You’ll find yourself behind the wheel of the new Volvo SUB and be offered a trio of experimental videos in this VR app. Our particular favourite is the Friday Getaway as within seconds you’re driving through the mountains and fields in your brand new Volvo XC90 without the travel costs.

Download Volvo Reality now

7. Orbulus

Orbulus VR

As you’re transported into some sort of interstellar holding room, you’ll notice the titular orbs suddenly wheel in around you. Each orb represents a 360-degree panorama taken around the globe. Each of these can be entered into and experience from the very centre of that photograph. They might not be interactive or even moving images, but there’s something very magical about the choices made by VRCraftworks as to what to include.

Download Orbulus now

8.Google Cardboard

Cardboard Windy DayIf we created a list of best VR apps without the official Google Cardboard app, we’d be missing a trick. Cardboard offers you a selection of virtual reality demos to give you an initial taster of what you can do with a VR headset. You can play around with a VR version of Google Earth, watch YouTube videos, walk around inside the photo spheres you’ve captured and even examine cultural artefacts.

We particularly like the Windy Day interactive animated short cartoon, especially when you realise there are a few Easter Eggs to discover.

Download Google Cardboard now

9.VR Cinema for Cardboard

VR Cinema for Cardboard

You can use the Google Cardboard or other such devices to create your own little personal cinema experience. VR Cinema for Cardboard turns MP4 format videos (and other formats if you pay for the pro version) into a split-screen view for the VR headsets. Some have had issues with SBS and avi video formats, but we’ve been enjoying the MP4 files from our video library with the Archos headset at home when the main TV is in use.

Download VR Cinema for Cardboard now

10. Zombie Shooter VR

Zombie Shooter VR

Fibrum has quite a few VR games out thanks to its own VR Headset, but Zombie Shooter VR is definitely the best. You’ll be transported into a holding room where you can pick your weapon. When you’re ready, stare at the green circle on the door and you’ll find yourself in a never-ending labyrinth of subways, overrun with bloodthirsty zombies.

To kill the approaching zombies, simply look at them.

Download Zombie Shooter VR now

“VIRTUAL REALITY HEADSET” How to make it?

Before we get into making a virtual reality headset, we should know something about, what exactly is it? “VIRTUAL REALITY” what’s that? Well.. it’s an immersive multimedia, precisely when we here to some music through headsets we actually cover our ears and listen nothing but music which is playing in that headsets, similarly when we put on vr we see multimedia everywhere we feel like we are in another world where it seems like things are happening really in front like 3d.

There are two ways to get a VR headset, 1) Buy it online and assembly; 2) Make the parts yourself with measurements specified by google on the internet.

Before we get started, let me tell you that the cost in both cases is similar and trust me this is as good as OCULUS RIFT. A real experience.

-> If you can’t wait or don’t want to miss anything on your VR. Buy it online.

IF YOU ARE VERY INTERETED IN MAKING YOUR OWN VR AT HOME FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW

I know we are not interested in reading long long paragraphs of steps, so check out the video below.

1. Download this compressed template folder from Google. You will see two design files.

2. Print one of the design files. You can print the first design file using a standard printer (and later use the design as a template to manually cut Google Cardboard from cardboard), or you can print the second design file using a laser cutter. It will print (aka cut) cardboard stock into the exact shape you need. Keep in mind that laser cutters and cardboard stock are often pricey, so it will be much easier on your wallet to go the standard printer route.

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3. If you used a laser cutter, continue to the next step. The rest of you will need to follow these instructions:

The first thing you’ll need to do is to glue the template onto cardboard. Any craft or multi-purpose glue will work. Google also said you could use an extra large pizza box or buy cheap cardboard sheets from Gaylord or Kraft, available for purchase at Amazon and most art supply stores. E-flute corrugated cardboard is preferred because it’s thin. Minimum size: 8.75in (22cm) by 22in (56cm), and 0.06in (1.5mm) thickness.

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The second thing you’ll need to do is to glue the light numbers (as seen on the template) onto the dark numbers. It’s like you’re doing beginner-level origami. Once that’s done, follow the template lines and cut your Google Cardboard from the cardboard sheets. An X-Acto knife, box cutter, or any pair of scissors will work. There’s no need to buy specialised craft scissors just for this project. You can also use a ruler to ensure straight cuts.

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4. Now that you have your cardboard cutout, you are free to assemble Google Cardboard. Follow the red lines on your template to fold the cardboard cutout. Like magic, you will see the form of Google Cardboard emerge. But you’re not done the assembly process yet. You need to acquire some tools and materials.

5. This next part is the trickiest: you must get two lenses that have a 40mm focal distance. Google recommended Biconvex lenses because they prevent distortion around the edges. You can also use the lenses that come with the Durovis OpenDive Lens Kit. You can find these online.

6. You’re not done buying things just yet. Find and purchase one neodymium ring magnet and one ceramic disk magnet . Approximate size for both magnets: 0.75in (19mm) diameter and 0.12in (3mm) thickness. Once you’re all set, affix the ring magnet and disc magnet exactly where the template shows on your Google Cardboard.

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7. You’re half-way done the assembly process. Now you need to buy two strips of regular strength adhesive-backed velcro. Again, they’re available online.

GOOGLE I/O 2015 Interesting Part.

Google I/O was started in 2008. The “I” and “O” stand for input/output, and “Innovation in the Open”. The format of the event is similar to that of the Google Developer Day.

Google has unleashed a number of tantalizing products and intriguing concepts that have us looking forward it its 2015 conference. Google I/O is an annual developer-focused conference held by Google in San Francisco, California.

 

Google I/O features highly technical, in-depth sessions focused on building web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open web technologies such as Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, Google APIs, Google Web Toolkit, App Engine, and more.

Here comes the most interesting and important part, introduction of super cool hardware and software.

If you wanna watch whole event, check it out.

What is virtual reality…… What did Google see through it’s Google cardboard vr??

This is what you see in a google cardboard. Amazing ……


So, firstly “VIRTUAL REALITY” what’s that? Well.. it’s an immersive multimedia, precisely when we here to some music through headsets we actually cover our ears and listen nothing but music which is playing in that headsets, similarly when we put on vr we see multimedia everywhere we feel like we are in another world where it seems like things are happening really in front like 3d.

So we learned something about vr so lets see what did Google do with it vr. Firstly Google did something greatly affordable delivering the concept of vr, it’s actually made of cardboard which consists of Biconvex Lenses 25mm, Focal Length 45mm, Neodymium Magnet,Ceramic Magnet, NFC tag and Rubber band. Just assemble that you got “VIRTUAL REALITY” with you phone, insert your nfc compatible phone in it and get some great experience.
If you want to learn how to assemble it click on this link-    http://youtu.be/3OUeGI4FUUk

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