Wednesday, 21 January 2015


Yup, I'm late. But here's why - 
It was 10th January, and that night I received this news. I am not very much active in this blog, but I'm really busy in few works, and one of which is KSHITIJ 2015 , the annual Tech fest of IIT Kharagpur. We (I , with my friends Arnab and Deepjyoti) are participating in the Skyfall event of robotics, and we are still working hard in designing the bot. We released our Mechanical Design, and it is available  here on the official Facebook page , and here is the Introduction page :

and surprisingly, our design bagged the first position in the competition. Yup, we were all surprised, but here are the results.
and here goes the post of support and appreciation from my senior :)

Thank you everyone for all your support and for making this possible. Let's hope we can maintain the same performance in the main event during 30th January to 2nd February. 
#PriZm (yup, that's the name I came up with:) )

Saturday, 20 September 2014

Pascals Triangle and Combinations

Named after French Mathematician and Philosopher Blaise Pascal , the Pascals triangle is an array of binomial coefficients. 

Thursday, 18 September 2014


Well, Its been a while since the last post, and I was working on a few stuffs , one of them is my new (and my first FPS game, called The Final Act , will surely blog about it very soon )

Sunday, 3 August 2014

Wednesday, 18 June 2014


How much can you lift in one arm ? Lets say 10 kilograms. Does this amount qualify your arm's muscle power ?

Tuesday, 20 May 2014

                                                             ROLLS - DEMO



* Use Left and the Right Arrows to move the Ball In Left and the Right Direction
* Use The Space Key to make the Ball jump.

Special Thanks to Brackeys for making it possible.

Download the file here

Monday, 21 April 2014

       Determine Height of a Person By His Shoe Size/ Footprints

Generally footprints are proportional to the height of a person.
Though the result may not give the accurate results always, but still there is a way to approximately determine the height of a person by measuring the footprint's size.

Here's how:

  • Measure the length of the adult's left foot from the wall to the tip of the big toe. (Marked in the picture)
  • Divide the length by his/her height and multiply by 100
  • Try the same thing with few more adults and the result should be around 15. Resulting that a person's footprints is about 15% of his/her height.
More Information about footprints can be found in the links :