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
The dream smart phone, Saygus
Worlds roundest object
Quantum computing
Total marvel story
Microsoft hologram
Ferrari F80
Dark matter
Black hole
Quantum dots?
The company Pebble..
Award 2
Award 3
Wow, now how was the ride on this big article? Let me know…

Apple September 2015 special event..

It’s been a while writing on my blog, as usual due to a very hectic schedule.. As I am done with it, here we go. So here’s the big thing, The Apple special event 2015. Reportedly this time we would see more hardware stuff, new iPhone, may be a new iPad and the most awaited forced touch technology to the iPhones… So sounds very interesting right… So, When and where can we watch the live stream of this event? Here we go….

Starting time: San Francisco: 10:00AM / New York: 1:00PM / London: 6:00PM / Berlin 7:00PM / Moscow: 8:00PM / Beijing: 1:00AM (September 10th) / Tokyo: 2:00AM (September 10th) / Sydney 3:00AM (September 10th).

Live streaming: Apple’s live stream is available via a dedicated channel on the Apple TV set-top box or the Safari browser on OS X (10.8.5 and above) and iOS devices (iOS 6 and above), and for the first time The event can be streamed live on Windows 10 through Edge.

Let me know what you guys expect. Yes I know this is a very short post, but there will be some interesting articles coming out very soon… 

How a touch screen works?

We all use a smart phone almost every single day, most of them are touch screens. Ever wonder how a touch screen of a smart device works? Before the legend and Co-founder of Apple Inc. STEVE JOBS introduced Capacitive touch to the technology world there was something called Resistive touch.

The working of resistive touch was very simple, there were two layers called Resistive layer and Conductive layer, when our finger pushes both layers at ones then the local voltage is changed and it recognises the touch and responds.

On June 29, 2007, Apple Inc. co-founder STEVE JOBS introduced a new touch technology with the first iPhone so called CAPACITIVE TOUCH. As soon as it was introduced rest of the companies started working with capacitive touch.

So, how a capacitive touch works?

Unlike resistive touch screens, capacitive screens do not use the pressure of your finger to create a change in the flow of electricity. Instead, they work with anything that holds an electrical charge – including human skin. Yes we humans do hold electric charge. Capacitive touch screens are constructed from materials like copper or indium tin oxides that store electrical charges in an electrostatic grid of tiny wires, each smaller than a human hair.

There are few layers in it, the first layer is glass, we commonly use gorilla glass. The next two layers are filled with electrodes which are very tiny. One of those contain the Driving lines which carry current and the other one contains the sensing lines which sense the amount of current. These layers are arranged such aa way that the driving lines and the sensing lines are perpendicular to each other. Now when we move our electrically conducting finger on to the screen, it changes the amount of charge. As soon as it changes, the sensing lines sense, where the charge is changed (i.e, jumped) on the driving lines. And the result is shown on the layer( LCD screen).  It also work the same way with multiple touch and the moving the finger on the screen.

This is the reason why we can only work with our touch devices with electrically conducting things like our Finger. So thanks to Steve jobs.