“Why I opted Aakash Institute for my son?”

I am one of those parents who believe in giving complete freedom to their children when it comes to making a career choice. My daughter who is five years elder to my son wanted to pursue fashion designing. Coming from a family where a majority of the children are either pursuing Engineering or Medicine it was hard for me to…

Think for your children’s career but Think Big!

There is no doubt how influential are Indian parents to their children’s career decision-making. They surely look for the best for their children, so that both theirs and the children’s dreams accomplish. Parents’ guidance is important and extremely required for every child. This tradition is based upon the experiences earned by the parents, especially their own education and non-education understandings. They know…

Perseids : Long Story Short

What are perseids? Perseids are the regular and most predictable meteor shower which appear regularly every year. They are associated with Swift Tuttle comet and appear to rise from the radiant in the constellation Perseus. Swift Tuttle comet, formerly known as 109P, travels toward Earth’s part of solar system every 133 years leaving traces of perseids. It was last seen…

Hopalong Orbits Visualizer: Stunning WebGL Experiment

Just discovered Barry Martin’s Hopalong Orbits Visualizer — an excellent abstract visualization, which is rendered in 3D using Hopalong Attractor algorithm, WebGL and Mrdoob’s three.js project. Hop to the source website using your desktop browser (with WebGl and Javascript support) and enjoy the magic. PS: Hopalong Attractor Algorithm Hopalong Attractor predicts the locus of points in 2D using this algorithm…

Understanding Poincaré Conjecture

Introduction & Statement of Poincaré Conjecture In 1904, the french Mathematician Henri Poincaré posed an epoch-making question in one of his papers, which asked: If a three-dimensional shape is simply connected, is it homeomorphic to the three-dimensional sphere? Explanation The statement can be explained by considering the analogous two-dimensional situation. Let us think of a rubber band stretched around the…