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Lesson Posted on 01 Mar Tuition/BTech Tuition/Computer Graphics and Animation Tuition/BA Tuition/Computer Graphics

Blender - How and Whys Part 2

Vijayakumar N

Nearly 40 years experience in Engineering field, manufacturing, Aeronautics, Customer support and allied...

To work efficiently on any task, we take up, we must know how best to use the tools involved in completing the task. The more you know your tools, the better and faster is your result. We can cite many examples to prove this point. Consider the few examples given below: Writing and editing a text... read more

To work efficiently on any task, we take up, we must know how best to use the tools involved in completing the task. The more you know your tools, the better and faster is your result.

We can cite many examples to prove this point. Consider the few examples given below:

  1. Writing and editing a text matter using MS Word.
  2. Using the remote control of your TV or Audio system or a Game console.
  3. Driving your new two-wheeler.
  4. Using a new software tool.
  5. Using your new mobile phone.

The moral of the story - learn your tools well before you venture into creative work. Blender has many buttons, Dropdown menus, Windows and Panels. Spend time to get familiar with these controls. It is worth the effort.

Blender is designed to work with both hands -the left one may be used for keyboard shortcuts, and the right hand to handle the mouse and number pad buttons. Learn the keyboard shortcuts. It makes life more comfortable in the long run.

Further, you will find that there is more than one way to do it for accessing any feature or option. Please get to know them and choose the one with which you are more comfortable.

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Lesson Posted on 01 Mar Tuition/BA Tuition/Computer Graphics Tuition/BTech Tuition/Computer Graphics and Animation

Blender - How and Whys Part 3

Vijayakumar N

Nearly 40 years experience in Engineering field, manufacturing, Aeronautics, Customer support and allied...

It's all 0s and 1s. In Computer Graphics, for all the creative work you do, the result is images of static or dynamic characters with light and sound effects. Inside the computer, it is all 0s and 1s, bits and bytes. Let us consider making a flower vase as an example to understand this viewpoint. The... read more

It's all 0s and 1s.

In Computer Graphics, for all the creative work you do, the result is images of static or dynamic characters with light and sound effects. Inside the computer, it is all 0s and 1s, bits and bytes.

Let us consider making a flower vase as an example to understand this viewpoint. The steps involved would be like the ones listed below:

  1. Create the surface, which would be shaped like a flower vase.
  2. Add some colour and shades to the surface.
  3. Set up some lights to illuminate the flower vase.
  4. Set up the background, if required.
  5. Set up the camera to get the desired view.
  6. Process this setting to get the final image.

In Blender, all these activities are stored as data. What you do with Blender it is data. When you change the flower vase's shape, you change the position of the vertices, edges, and nodes. You may change its size. When you add colour and shade, there is some change in data; when you add lamps, there is a change in data, and when you set a camera and its view, it is some change in data.

All the images and details related to the scene are internally stored as data. Once we understand this concept, it would be easy to see why you change various parameters and settings to get the desired result. Blender allows us to write our scripts using Python language to give us greater control and versatility in our work. These parameters can be programmed to give precise control of how a character behaves with all the related setting.

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Lesson Posted on 08/12/2020 Tuition/BSc Tuition/Molecular Biology Tuition/BTech Tuition/Cell And Molecular Biology Tuition +2 Tuition/BA Tuition/Biochemistry of Cell Tuition/BSc Tuition/Biochemistry less

Telomeres (Boon or Curse)!

Surekha Telasula

Biochemistry Researcher: I am a Biochemist by academic research experience. I carried out projects related...

It's undoubtedly a boon, but in some context (cancer), it has to be considered as a curse.Replication of DNA is one of the essential and eminent processes of the central dogma of life. This occurs in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. In prokaryotes, replication of the double-stranded DNA and termination... read more

It's undoubtedly a boon, but in some context (cancer), it has to be considered as a curse.
Replication of DNA is one of the essential and eminent processes of the central dogma of life. This occurs in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. In prokaryotes, replication of the double-stranded DNA and termination is simple as it is a circular one. Whereas, in eukaryotes, it's a little bit complicated as it's the linear one. As the replication continues in the dividing cells, the chromosomes become shorter after each cycle.

DNA Testing: Can Telomeres Tell You About Aging and Disease Risk? | American Council on Science and Health

After a certain number of cell divisions, the cells lack further division and enters senescence under normal condition in somatic cells because the necessary codons on DNA which are involved in many protein products (transcription and translation) are gone.

So, here the focus is on how telomeres are trying to keep most of the information intact even after so many replication cycles.

Telomeres:

Specialized structures at the ends of the linear eukaryotic chromosomes consist of many tandem repeats of short oligonucleotides usually in the form of 5' (TTTTGGGG) in one strand and 3' (AAAACCCC) in the complementary strand. The structure of telomeres poses a particular problem (End replication problem). DNA replication requires a primer starting at the end nucleotide and replace it by the standard mechanism; This problem is solved by Telomerase which adds telomeres to chromosome ends after the removal of primers from leading and lagging strands of DNA.

MECHANISM:

Telomerase contains both RNA and protein components. The RNA component is 1.5 copies of CCCCAAAA oligonucleotides repeats, and this acts as an RNA template for the synthesis of TTTTGGGG strand of the telomere. Telomerase acts as a reverse transcriptase that synthesizes only a segment of DNA that is complementary to an internal RNA template. Telomere synthesis requires a short TTGG primer and proceeds in the usual 5'to 3' direction. So after synthesizing one copy of the repeats, the enzyme must be repositioned to resume extension of the telomere.

One unique feature of guanine residues is non-Watson crick G-G base paring which is required as a primer to synthesize the complementary strand.

In somatic cells, gradual shortening of telomeres with each cell division ultimately leading to the death of the cell lines as they don't have telomerase activity. In germline cells, telomere lengths are maintained by Telomerase.
So, Telomeres in human somatic cells gradually shorten as an individual age and finally leads to death. In a diseased condition like cancer, telomerase activity is seen in the cell lines, and we consider it as a curse, which causes drastic changes in the whole organism by suppressing the defence mechanisms which I will discuss in the next lesson.

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Lesson Posted on 28/08/2020 Tuition/BA Tuition/Economics

Pareto Efficiency: Some definitions

Sayantani G.

I have taught various papers of Economics for 4 years at Vivekananda College for Women, Kolkata. I taught...

We need to know Pareto improvement to understand Pareto Optimality/Efficiency. Pareto Improvement If we can find a way to make some people better off without making anybody else worse off, we have a Pareto improvement. Following from this, we can give the following definitions for Pareto Efficiency/... read more

We need to know Pareto improvement to understand Pareto Optimality/Efficiency. 

Pareto Improvement

If we can find a way to make some people better off without making anybody else worse off, we have a Pareto improvement. 

 Following from this, we can give the following definitions for Pareto Efficiency/ Pareto Optimality:

Pareto Efficiency/Optimality

If an allocation is such that no Pareto improvement is possible, then it is known as Pareto efficient/ Pareto optimal. The occurrence of such a situation is called Pareto Optimality/Efficiency.

Pareto Inefficiency

If allocation allows for a Pareto improvement, we have a Pareto inefficient allocation. The occurrence of this is, in turn, called Pareto Inefficiency.

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Lesson Posted on 29/07/2020 Health and Fitness Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Positive Thinking Training Life Skills Coaching +4 Beauty and Style/Personal Grooming Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training Tuition/BA Tuition/Personal Growth And Development less

Confidence building

Rashmi M

I am experienced professional with passions in heart. I trained over 15,000 individuals in various fields...

Starting your day with a positive thought can do wonders to your productivity & overall improvement. However, starting any task with a doubtful mindset or confusion limits the progress in some other the other way. Being confident is good, but being over-confident might be a huddle towards meaningful... read more

Starting your day with a positive thought can do wonders to your productivity & overall improvement. However, starting any task with a doubtful mindset or confusion limits the progress in some other the other way. 

Being confident is good, but being over-confident might be a huddle towards meaningful learning. 

Plan your day, start with good thoughts & a free mind, follow your passion, even if it's for a few minutes, do good, motivate others & never say "I can't".

Despite a busy schedule, we can achieve our personal goals & follow our passions with a focussed mind, if we believe in ourselves.

Happy learning!

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Lesson Posted on 24/07/2020 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching/IELTS Academic Tuition/BA Tuition/Language and Linguistics +2 Language Language/Spoken English less

Ielts tutorial

Ruchi Khanna

I hold a Master's Degree in English (Literature). Currently working as IELTS trainer, ESL and Soft Skill...

Vocabulary ¶ Headway - progress towards a goal ¶ In a jiffy - very quickly ¶ Divest - to deprive ¶ At all times - always ¶ At any rate - whatever happens ¶ At a distance - not near
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Lesson Posted on 17/07/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Leadership Training +10 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Negotiation Skills Training Health and Fitness Tuition/BA Tuition/Health Psychology Tuition/B Ed Tuition/Education for Peace Tuition/BA Tuition/Psychology For Health And Well-Being Beauty and Style/Personal Grooming Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Positive Thinking Training Health and Fitness/Personal Trainer Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training less

Conflict Management & Reference Point by Dr. Bharat Chaugule,Ph.D.

Dr. Bharat Chaugule

I am providing online & offline classes on training, counselling and transformation life coaching for...

Conflict Management and reference point I am giving here one excellent technique to manage your conflict. Conflict may are internal or external—interpersonal or group. Whenever a dispute arises, we feel tense. Negative emotions dominate us, and as a result, we are in misery. Types of conflict: Inta... read more

Conflict Management and reference point 

I am giving here one excellent technique to manage your conflict. Conflict may are internal or external—interpersonal or group. Whenever a dispute arises, we feel tense. Negative emotions dominate us, and as a result, we are in misery.

Types of conflict:

  • Inta Personal Conflict
  • Interpersonal Conflict
  • Intergroup Conflict
  • Interdepartmental Conflict
  • Inter-organizational Conflict 

The primary source of conflict: Disagreement in goal

Whatever experience we gained, whatever knowledge we gather or whatever skill we acquired it is stored in a container. We call that container storehouse or unconscious mind. Some people say the subconscious mind. Any incident happens with us that time our judgmental mind starts gathering reference from the storehouse. Our actions and decisions are based on those references. 

Suppose I meet any person today after a long gap of 20 years. My faculty of mind start gathering information about his personality how he behaved with me 20 years ago. Of course, what information or reference will come in my mind is the same way what I experienced 20 years before. Is it that personal behaviour is same even after 20 years later. May mayor not be? But our references are ready for that to make decisions. In psychology, we use the words stereotype or hallo effects similar to that.

So once we understand how to change the reference point and manipulate our internal representation, we can easily manage conflicts. 

Benefits of changing reference point: 

  • Conflict resolution
  • Overcoming negative emotions
  • It helps to maintain a positive attitude.
  • New perspectives for decision making
  • Flexibility in behaviours 
  • Leading a happy life
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Lesson Posted on 14/07/2020 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Public Speaking Training +5 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/NLP Training Beauty and Style/Personal Grooming Health and Fitness/Personal Trainer Tuition/BA Tuition/Personal Growth And Development less

English speaking and Communication

Dr. Bharat Chaugule

I am providing online & offline classes on training, counselling and transformation life coaching for...

English Speaking and Communication Many people have a misunderstanding about English speaking and communication. English is just a language we are using for communication. It is just a medium of communication. Why native (British) also studying communication skills? The reason is that communication... read more

English Speaking and Communication

Many people have a misunderstanding about English speaking and communication. English is just a language we are using for communication.

It is just a medium of communication.

Why native (British) also studying communication skills?

The reason is that communication is different, and English is different. English is just a medium of communication.

Case study:

When I was working as Director, Training and Placement in South India, we had Engineering and Management students in college; we were preparing them for campus placement. Most of the students were rural and facing English speaking problem. I discussed with educational head. I told analogy for him. I asked him, Sir, "Suppose we have to learn bicycle riding what we are doing? We learn traffic rules and regulation first or riding a bicycle first. He replied, riding the bicycle first. I said the same is applicable for learning any language.

The same way the child learns to speak the language first and then Grammar.

Conclusion:

If you want to speak English, try to talk first, do not worry about Grammar. Once you learn to talk, then try Grammar.

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Answered on 15/07/2020 CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Psychology CBSE/Class 11/Humanities/Sociology Tuition/BA Tuition/Community Psychology

Surbhi Arora

Have 6 year experienced trainer from Delhi

Social science generally deals with society, that has to be descriptive to understand the community and societal issues. But it could be made interesting too.
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