Thursday, December 17, 2015

LiFi internet - 100 times faster than Wi-Fi:

Have you heard about this new technology called Li-Fi, which is going to revolutionize the way we surf the Internet? The name Li-Fi comes from Light Fidelity and it is a connections that is 100 times faster than Wi-Fi. Using Li-Fi technology can have major advantages as it speeds up any type of data transactions, like downloads and uploads. The Li-Fi technology was first developed in 2011 and uses LED lights which send the signals in order for the connection to be established and speedy. Since this is a whole other level reached by technological developments, explaining the way it works it not easy at all. That’s why we invite you to check this link below and learn more about the Li-Fi technology, explained by specialists. How do you think this amazing development will change the way we use technology in our everyday lives?

“We are doing a few pilot projects within different industries where we can utilise the VLC (visible light communication) technology,” Deepak Solanki, CEO of Velmenni, told IBTimes UK. “Currently we have designed a smart lighting solution for an industrial environment where the data communication is done through light. We are also doing a pilot project with a private client where we are setting up a Li-Fi network to access the internet in their office space.”

Nadarajan V.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Weight Loss Tips For Daily Life:

Here are a few tips that will help you lose weight quickly:

Workout: Try to do cardio for at least 30 minutes a day. Any workout that gets your heart rate up will burn calories. Activities such as dancing, aerobics and swimming are a good option.

Yoga and meditation: Certain yoga poses and practicing meditation are believed to aid in weight loss naturally as doing these help you reduce cravings by lowering your stress levels.

Walk: Experts suggest that 45 minutes of daily walking is important to lose weight and fat in most relatively sedentary people.

Water: Drink plenty of water to lose weight fast - yes , you heard it right. Unlike sports or energy drinks and other beverages that contain about 100 calories in each serving, water has zero calories and carbs making it the perfect drink for weight loss. Drinking water also helps flush out toxins from the body while keeping you hydrated throughout the day.

Breakfast: Make sure that you have your breakfast everyday no matter how busy you are. The fact that many people skip breakfast thinking that it might help them lose weight, but the practice does much more harm than good. Skipping breakfast can make you to eat more later in the day.

Healthy diets: Stick to a healthy diet focusing on vegetables, fruits, fish, skinless poultry breasts, non-fat diary foods and water-rich foods. Limit intake of starches, added sugars and animal fat from meat and diary foods.

Nadarajan V.

Monday, April 27, 2015

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

"Tips To Lose Weight"

 Don’t Stay Hungry:

If you stay hungry for a long time you will surely eat much at a time. So don’t stay hungry for a long time.

Do Some Household Chores:

Some work can burn your fat such as sweeping your floor. It needs lot energy and burns calories. So try to do some work at home and stay fit.

Practice Walking:

If you walk everyday a little that will help you to stay slim and fit. When you have a work near your home or office go there by feet. This little walking will boost you up.

Stop Eating Starches:

Foods like pasta , pizza contain a lot of starches. Stay away from these food. Don’t eat much potatoes. Stop eating white bread and sugar.


The best way to stay fit and slim. Everyday you keep 30 minutes for your exercise. This will help you to cut down your calories and fat. Exercise will also give you strength day by day.

Balance Dieting:

This can keep you slim. You need to prepare a chart what you should eat and what not. You need to take appropriate calories throughout the day to keep yourself fit.

Drink Plenty of Water:

Water is a very good solution to stay fit. Stay away from energy drinks or beverages because they contain a lot of sugar. Drink plenty of water when you feel thirsty.

Stop Eating at Midnight:

Everybody needs to sleep 8 hours at night. Stop staring at night. If you stay wake at night it is obvious you have to eat something. Sleep peacefully at night so that you can stop eating at midnight.

Always Eat Breakfast:

Breakfast is the best solution for staying fit. After sleep you need to energize your body in morning. If you skip breakfast you will feel hungry all day long. Start the day with a healthy meal. Breakfast should be heavy so that you can work with full energy. Heavy breakfast keeps you away from snacks at midday.

Eat Fruits and Vegetables:

Fruits and vegetables don’t have much fat. So it is easy to diet with these things. Eat fruits in every meal. Fruits salads, green and yellow vegetables are good for health. When you feel hungry eat an apple or an orange. Eat vegetables at night meals so that you can take the main dish a little.

Use Smaller Plates:

If you eat in a big plate you will eat more. So keep the plate small and measure your food.

Eat Low Calories:

You need to give proper calories to your body. So do not eat much calories at a time. Select low calorie foods to eat. Slowly eat all needed calories throughout the whole day.

Eat Smaller Meals:

Do not eat a lot at a time. Eat five or six meals in a day but they should have to be smaller. Eat a light snack or a fruit at midday. In evening you can take a coffee and a biscuit without sugar. This will help to full your stomach and keep you healthy.

Raising Metabolism:

Metabolism is the key to weight loose. Raising metabolism will force to lose weight. So do the thing which keeps your metabolism active throughout the day.

Last but not least,

Avoid Alcohol:

Alcohol is one of the reasons to gain weight. Avoid alcohol and start eating juices which will fulfill your calorie demands.


Saturday, March 14, 2015

A Mosquito Bite Led To Develop A Painfree Insulin Delivery System

Gujarat girl Devina Kothari has developed an interesting device that will make the delivery of insulin virtually pain-free and simpler for diabetics. She has also designed a kit which will enable safe enucleation of the corneas and preserve them up to 96 hours. Here’s more about her amazing innovations.

When we hear the words “insulin injection” we get a picture of a painful process. Diabetic patients, who have been trying to look for an easier way to control the disease for years, finally have a reason to smile. Thanks to Devina Kothari, a young Industrial Designer from IIT-Bombay practicing in Gujarat, who has designed an insulin delivery system which is not only pain-free but also appealing to the eye.

The idea came to her mind when one of her uncles fell ill and could not respond adequately to the treatment due to glucose fluctuation.

After meeting several doctors and patients, researching extensively for eight months and getting a mosquito bite, Kothari was ready with an innovation that could make the procedure of insulin delivery pain-free, simple and closed-loop. 

The device has two main components: one is the monitoring system and the other is a diffusing system. The entire system is closed looped. “Closed loop systems provide feedback of the actual current state and compare it to the desired state in order to adjust the system,” she says.

This monitoring system has a bio sensor which goes inside the body and continuously detects the blood glucose level. Depending upon the current need, it transfers the data into the diffusing unit, which then transcodes it and provides the requisite amount of insulin. The device has an embedded GPS with a microprocessor, LED display and physical connector.

She also researched on micro needles, the idea of which came to her mind after a mosquito bite. The analogy of this led her to the application of the micro-needle array. Kothari made several mock-up models out of paper and plastic before coming up with a final design.

The design has won her the Red Dot Award by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen, Essen, Germany. The design rights lie with a drug manufacturing company, Sanofi.

Apart from designing this incredible device, Kothari has been extensively researching on making eye donations simpler and effective in the country. She has designed Cornea Care, a Ophthalmic Enucleation Kit that helps to preserve the usability of the corneas for up to 96 hours. The design reduced the number of instruments in the instrument box from 33 to 8.

Not only medicare, Kothari has also left a mark on grassroot innovations with Urja, a cookstove for people living in rural areas where availability of common combustion fuels like kerosene and LPG is very difficult and increasingly expensive due to inflation.

The design converts the untapped excessive heat energy produced during cooking and boiling of water into electrical energy, using the ‘Seebeck Effect’ and thermophiles. Kothari came up with the idea of this interesting cookstove so that the poor can use the same fertile land to grow food (sugarcane) and utilise the by-product to generate ethanol, which is used as bio-fuel. Ethanol is more eco-friendly and healthier than its contemporaries.

When Kothari is not innovating and experimenting, she enjoys photography and baking. One advice she gives young innovators is to never be scared of failing. 

To know more about her work, please visit her website

Source :

Nadarajan V.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Health Tips:

Here some tips for your health:

Sleep on time: Wake up early, preferably before sunrise. A good night sleep can help to start a day with a fresh and clear mind. 

Drink lots of water: Drinking water is advantageous in every way. It assists metabolism and digestion, prevents constipation and the accumulation of waste products (ama) in the body, keeps away diseases and even helps in keeping the skin clear of acne and pimples.

Wash your face often: Wash your face with water many times a day to remove dirt and grime, prevent the occurrence of pimples and acne and get a refreshed feeling. 

Take an oil massage: Massage your body with oil before bath which will rejuvenate you, reduce fatigue and prevent dry skin. Massaging the scalp with oil can prevent dandruff, graying and hair fall, enhance mental alertness and so on. 

Exercise regularly: There is no doubt as to the benefits of a regular exercise routine. Practicing Yoga and meditation can make your body immune to diseases, give your mind the capability to concentrate and ward off stress, lose unnecessary fat, give the body flexibility and suppleness. 

Follow proper hygiene: Cleanliness is very important to preserve health. Bath twice a day, keep your hair and nails clean and wear only clean clothes. Wash your face, hands and legs after going out. 

Watch out for negative vibes: Try to keep your mind clear of negative thoughts and emotions such as anger, jealousy, depression, greed, hatred, sadness etc. Saying a prayer can help- in the morning, at dusk, before having your meals and before going to bed. Avoid speaking ill of others and always keep your mind at ease by engaging in things that you like and enjoy. 

Mind what you eat: Eat fresh and wholesome food and follow healthy eating habits. Food should be well cooked, preferably at home and should be had in a peaceful and calm environment. 

Maintain a healthy weight: According to Ayurveda, both obesity and emaciation (Under weight) are dangerous. So always follow a healthy diet, exercise regularly and maintain a weight as per your BMI.

For an undisturbed sleep: Drink a glass of warm milk before going to bed. This will help you sleep peacefully. Also isolate your mind from all stressful and worrisome thoughts before going to bed. 

Nadarajan V.

Friday, January 30, 2015

Toshiba Announces NFC-enabled Memory Card

After some impressive launch in the CES 2015, Toshiba has yet again come up with SD memory cards with built-in NFC feature. Japan headquartered company has launched Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) in three variant in terms of storage 8/16/32 GB.

This SDHC memory card, allows you to exchange data simply with a touch, by holding an NFC(Near Field Communication)-enabled Android smartphone(Android 4.0 to 4.4), with the app "Memory Card Preview" installed in it. Basically this app, lets you preview the available storage space, as well as 16 thumbnails (max.) of the photos stored in the card. It comes with UHS Speed Class 1, SD Speed Class 10.

However the pricing and the availability of these NFC enabled memory cards are unknown, we are expecting it to hit the shelves soon. On the other hand, Toshiba also launched FashAir III, a wireless SD card which allows users to share image, videos and files wirelessly. With its pass-through feature, it allows users to access the card and Internet simultaneously, enabling the ability to upload images in real-time.

Coming in two variants, Toshiba FlashAir III Wireless SD Card is priced at $79.99 (approx Rs. 5,000) for 16GB and $99.99 (approx Rs. 6,250) for 32GB. Users can avail this card from March 2015 at retail shops and on website.

Photographers, how do you use your Android devices while on a shoot?

Source: Toshiba

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