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A Cross Section of the Sea Floor, Recreated in a Coffee Table

The surface of the Abyss Horizon table looks like a bathymetric map of the ocean floor, rendered in 3-D The post A Cross Section of the Sea Floor, Recreated in a Coffee Table appeared first on WIRED.
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