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This Giant Low-Res LCD Ribbon Is More Beautiful Than Your Hi-Def TV [Video]

Even though this installation at the Nature Research Center in Raleigh, North Carolina, is composed of 3,600 see-through glass 'pixels' that can only change their opacity, it's still capable of playing back stunning animations mimicking phenomena in nature. More »
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