The incredible scientists of Rice University have come up with their trending invention of laser induced graphene although ensuring its producing and testing stacked with utilizing the energy storing devices which should be of portable electronics well-known as super capacitors in a three-dimensional view. Further research was carried out by viewing the atom thick lattice of carbon also a conductive material the porous graphene substituted as a perfect electrode for electronic circuits and super capacitors. Image produced by an electron microscope highlights the cross-section of laser induced graphene subsequently burnt by polyimide substrate. In order to store energy or use in electronics is the application of the flexible material developed at Rice University. For assuring a finest proof the researchers have expanded their efforts to terminate it by producing aligned super capacitors with the aid of laser instigated graphene. Proceeding with the stacking of the sections generated as a result of the earlier process with electrolyte filled with many super capacitors. The flexible stacks have resulted in splendid energy storage capacity followed up by power potential and will be available for commercial applications. Laser induced graphene is manufactured at ambient temperature succeeding with roll to roll process in an industry. The applications of super capacitors include particular specification of both spontaneous discharging of capacitors as well as high energy capacity of batteries. The surface contains pores of ripples and wrinkles possessing the ability to store energy in large amounts. Characteristics of a super capacitor are provided by the retaining moving electron ability of graphene as it gives quick charge. As explained by the researchers of tour group is that the demonstration of the specific elements of flexible electronics will at no time embedded in consumer goods. Super capacitors contribute for application with researching wired pairs of various devices in series and also with parallel.