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VisWall: High Resolution Display Wall


A giant video screen that takes up an entire wall, floor to ceiling, is allowing scientists to see details they've never seen before. The high definition clarity of the VisWall rivals IMAX in its sharpness. Credit: NSF

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Some walls can be windows into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of the stone-mason's craft, the mind-bending world of fractals, with the shapes may shrink, but they're all the same. Or the very blueprint of what we are all made of, a strand of DNA.



"You can immerse yourself in your data, you know, you could do that in 3D, this software, and the VisWall have 3D capabilities." In this case, a churning twister, eat your heart out Hollywood. "You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words are, we spent, having a very powerful 3D animation. I mean, the images speak for themselves."



Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as "the VisWall". You can't get it at Best Buy though, you have to go to the Tufts University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science Foundation, Lionel Zupan helped bring the VisWall to life. The VisWall uses two rare screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of the best HD TV. Four times! Faculty and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.

"I can feel the texture itself and I can change instruments, so here I can actually cut, so I'm gonna try to rub the tumor."



Mathematician Boris Hasselblatt went to the wall to get a fresh view of a model that forecasts the population growth of certain animals and even though he has studied this for twenty years, what he bounced things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before. "What's apparent at this scale ,with this resolution and detail and being at eye-height as well, is that all the curves of this sort seemed to be meeting right here." It turns out those curves indicate chaotic conditions. "That, I think, is one of the great things about this wall that, in fact, will get people to see things that, otherwise hard to see."



These simulations and animations are just scratching the surface of the wall. Imagine what it would be like when we can get one of these babies at home.



For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.

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   Some walls can be windows. In a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of this stone-maison crafts, the mind-bending world of fractons, with the shapes may shrink, but all the same. Or the very blueprint of what are we all  made up, a strand of DNA.
  You can immerse yourself in your data, and you could do that in 3D with software and you / pretty.
  In this case of churning twister, each  are / hollywood.
  You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words are, /  very powerful 3D annimation, and the images and speed for themselves.   
  
Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the Viswall. You cann't get it at Bestbuy though. You have go the Tuffs University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science foundation, Lionel Zupan helps bring the Viswall to life.
  
  The Viswall uses two-wire  screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of a best HD tv. Four times!Faculties and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.
  It can feel the texture itself, so I can change instrument, so here I can actually cut, and sometimes try to grab the tube...
  / went to the wall, to get a fresh view of a model to forecast the population growth of  certain animals and even though he has studied this for twenty years, what he found things on the wall, he saw something he has never seen before.

  What's apparent at this field with this resolution and detail and being at height as well, is that all curves, sort of, seems to be meeting here.
  It turns out that those curves indicate chaotic conditions.
  Now I think it is one of the greatest thing about this wall  that , in fact, we'll get people to see things otherwise are hard to see.
  These simulations and animations are just scraching the surface of the wall. Imagine what would be like if you can get one of these babies at home.
For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.
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Some walls can be windows. Into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of this stone-maison crafts, the mind-bending world of fractons, with the shapes may shrink, but all the same. Or the very blueprint of what are we all  made up, a strand of DNA.
  You can immerse yourself in your data, and you could do that in 3D with software and you / pretty.it will have 3d capability
  In this case of churning twister, each  arehot up hollywood.
  You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words are least very powerful 3D animation and the images and speed for themselves.   
  
Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the Viswall. You cann't get it at Bestbuy though. You have go the Tuffs University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science foundation, Lionel Zupan helps bring the Viswall to life.
  
  The Viswall uses two-wire  screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of a best HD tv. Four times!Faculties and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.
  It can feel the texture itself, so I can change instrument, so here I can actually cut, and sometimes try to rub the tube...
  / went to the wall, to get a fresh view of a model to forecast the population growth of  certain animals and even though he has studied this for twenty years, what he boundthings on the wall, he saw something he has never seen before.

  What's apparent at this field with this resolution and detail and being at height as well, is that all curves, sort of, seems to be meeting here.
  It turns out that those curves indicate chaotic conditions.
  Now I think it is one of the greatest thing about this wall  that , in fact, we'll get people to see things otherwise are hard to see.
  These simulations and animations are just scraching the surface of the wall. Imagine what would be like if you can get one of these babies at home.
For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.
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Some walls can be windows into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of the stone nation's craft, the mind-bending world of fractos where the shapes may srhink, but they're all the same. Or the very blueprint of what we are all made of, a strand of DNA.

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In this case, a churning twister, each are hard out how they would.

You can try to describe the birth of a Tonado, in orders are we spent, having a very powerful 3D animation. I mean, the images speak for themselves.

Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this vedio behemoth is known as the VisWall, you can't get it at a Best Buy though, you have to go to Tufts University in a place called the center for scientific visualization. With support from the national science foundation, Lionel Zupan help bring the VisWall to life.

The VisWall uses two rear screen projectors to desplay a picture 4 times a resolution of the best HD TV. Four times, faculties and students from many disciplines use it.  For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.

I can feel the texture itself, but I can't change instruments, so here I can actually cuts, so I'm gonna try to grab the tumor.

Mathematician Boris Hasselblatt went to the wall to get a fresh view of a model that forecasts the population growth of certain animals. And even though he has studies this for 20 years, when he bounced things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.

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He simulations that animations are just scratching the surface of the wall. Imagine what will be like when we can get one of these babies at home.

For Sicence Nation, I'm Miles A'Brian.
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Some walls can be windows. Into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of the stone basen’s craft, the man binding world of fractals. The shapes may shrink, but they’re all the same. All the blue print were what all made of, a strand of DNA. You can immerse yourself in your data and you can do that in 3D. This software and the Viswall have 3D capabilities. In this case, a churning twister, each are heart of Hollywood.
You can try to describe the birth of a tornado, having a very powerful 3-D animation; I mean the images pieced for themselves.
Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the Viswall. You can’t get it best by though; you have to get to Tufts University in the place called the center for scientific visualization. With the support from the national science foundation, Lionel Zupan helped bring the Viswall to life. The Viswall uses two wire screen projectors to display a picture four times the revolution of the best HD TV. Four times! Faculties and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon developed software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue. I can feel the texture in fire. I can change instruments. So here I can actually cuts. So I gonna try to grab the tumor.
Mathematician Boris Hasselblatt went to the wall to get a fresh view of the model that forecasts the population growth of certain animals. Even though he has studied this for twenty years, when he bounded things off the walls, he saw something he had never seen before. What’s apparent at this field was this revolution on detail and being as high as well. And it’s that all curves at this sort seem to be meeting right here.
Those curves indicate chaotic conditions. That I think is one of the great things about the wall. In fact, we’ll get people to see things that are otherwise hard to see. These simulations and animations are just scratching the surface of the wall. Imagine what would be like when we can get one of the babies at home.
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Some walls can be windows, into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of the stone-mason craft, the mind-bending world of fractals with the shapes may shrink. But they're all the same, or the very blueprint of what are we all made up, a string of DNA.

'You can immerse yourself in your data, and you could do that in 3D.  This software and the Viswall has pretty capabilities.'

In this case of churning twister, eat your heart out, Hollywood.

'You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words are, but with adding very powerful 3D animation in the images and speed for themselves.'

Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the Viswall. You can't get it at Bestbuy though. You have go the Tufts University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science foundation, Lionel Zupan helps bring the Viswall to life.

The Viswall uses two rear screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of a best HDTV. Four times! Faculties and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon developed software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.

'It can feel the texture itself, so I can change instrument, so here I can actually cut, and sometimes try to grab the tumor...'

M.M. went to the wall to get a fresh view of a model to forecasts the population growth of certain animals, and even though he has studied this for twenty years, what he bounced things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.

'What's apparent at this field was this resolution and detail, and being at eye height as well, is that all curves of this sort, seem to be meeting here.'

It turns out that those curves indicate a chaotic conditions.

Now I think it's one of the greatest things about this wall that, in fact, we'll get people to see things otherwise are hard to see.

These simulations and animations are just scratching the surface of the wall. Imagine what it would be like when we can get one of these babies at home.

For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.
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Some walls can be windows into a world we can hardly imagine. Exquisite details of the stone-mason's craft. The mind-pending world of fractals with the shapes may shrink. But they are all the same. All the very blueprint of what we all made if, a strand of DNA.

You can immerse yourself in your data, you know, you could do that in 3D. This software and the VisWall have the 3D capabilities. In this case, a churning twister, each are hard out Hollywood. You can try to describe the birth of tornado in words are having a very powerful 3D animation, and the images speak for themselves.

Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the VisWall. You can't get the Best Buy though, you have to go to the Tufts University and a place called the center for scientific visualization, with support from the National Science Foundation. Lionel Zupan help bring the VisWall to life. The VisWall uses two rare screen projectors to display a picture for times the resolution of the best HD TV, four times. Faculty and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon developed a software, so her students can practice their technique without cutting at the tissue.
"I can view the texture itself, and I can change instrument, so here, I can actually cut so I am gonna drudge to rub the tumor."


Mathematician Boris Hasselblatt went to the wall to get a fresh view of a model, the forecast population growth of certain animals. And even though he has studied this for 20 years, what he bound things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.
"What's apparent at this scale, with this resolution and detail, and being at height as well, is that all the curves of this sort seem to be meeting right here."
Turns out those curves indicate chaotic conditions, "that I think is one of the great things about this wall, that in fact, will get builder see things otherwise hard to see."

This simulation and animation are just scratching the service of the wall, imaging what it would be like, or we can get one of these babies at home.  

For science nation, I'm Miles O. Brain.
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Some walls can be windows. Into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of the stonemason's craft/, the mind-bending world of fractals, with the shapes may shrink, but they're all the same. Or the very blueprint of what we are all made of, a strand of DNA.

"You can immerse yourself in your data, you know, you could do that in 3D, this software, and these will / have 3D capabilities."

  In this case, a churning twister, each  are hard-out Hollywood.
  "You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words always having a very powerful 3D animation and the images speak for themselves."
  
Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as "the Viswall". You cann't get it at BestBuy though, you have go the Tufts University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science Foundation, Lionel Zupan helpped bring the Viswall to life.
  
  The Viswall uses two rare screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of the best HD TV. Four times!Faculty and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.

"I can feel the texture itself but I can't change instruments, so here I can actually cut, and sometimes try to rub the tumor."

Mathematician Boris Hasselblatt went to the wall / to get a fresh view of a model that forecast the population growth of  certain animals and even though he has studied this for twenty years, what he bounced things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.

"What's apparent at this field ,with this resolution and detail and being at eye-height as well, is that all the curves of this sort seemed to be meeting right here."

It turns out / those curves indicate chaotic conditions.

"Now I think / is one of the great/ things about this wall but, in fact, we'll get people to see things that otherwise / hard to see."

These simulations and animations are just scraching the surface of the wall. Imagine what it would be like when we can get one of these babies at home.

For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.
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本帖最后由 quanyingbao19 于 2010-8-12 16:07 编辑

慢了一步,改成HW了,谢谢!

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Some walls can be windows into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of this stonemason's craft, the mind-bending world of fractals \with the shapes may shrink, but they're all the same, or the very buleprint of what are we all  made up, a strand of DNA.
  You can immerse yourself in your data, and then you could do that in 3D. This  software and the Viswall have 3D capabilities.
  In this case, a churning twister, each  are hot up hollywood.
  You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words are at least  having a very powerful 3D animation, I mean the images speak for themselves.   
  
Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the Viswall. You cann't get it at Bestbuy though. You have go to the Tuffs University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science foundation, Lionel Zupan helps bring the Viswall to life.
  
  The Viswall uses two real  screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of a best HD tv. Four times!Faculties and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.
  I can feel the texture itself, but I can change instrument, so here I can actually cut and so I'm goona try to grab the tumor.
  manpetition balls has so blood went to the wall, to get a fresh view of a model to forecast the population growth of  certain animals and even though he has studied this for twenty years, what he bounds things of the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.

  What's apparent at this scale with this resolution and detail and being at a height as well, is that all the curves of this sort seems to be meeting right here.
  It turns out that those curves indicate chaotic conditions that I think is one of the greatest things about this wall  that , in fact, we'll get people to see things on the otherwise \ hard to see.
  These simulations and animations are just scraching the surface of the wall. Imagine what would be like when we can get one of these babies at home.
For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.
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本帖最后由 quanyingbao19 于 2010-8-12 16:10 编辑

请在 孤烟舜 的基础上修改,改得不错,谢谢!

HW

Some walls can be windows into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of this stonemason's craft, the mind-bending world of fractals with the shapes may shrink, but they're all the same, or the very blueprint of what we all are made up, a strand of DNA.

“You can immerse yourself in your data, and then you could do that in 3D. This software and the Viswall have 3D capabilities.”

In this case, a churning twister, eat your heart out, Hollywood.

“You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words are with / having a very powerful 3D animation, I mean the images speak for themselves.”


Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the Viswall. You can’t get it at Bestbuy though. You have to go to the Tufts
University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science foundation, Lionel Zupan helped bring the Viswall to life.


The Viswall uses two real screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of the best HD TV. Four times! Faculties and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.

“I can feel the texture itself, and I can change instruments, so here I can actually cut and so I'm goona try to grab the tumor.”

Mathematician Boris Hasselblatt went to the wall to get a fresh view of a model that forecasts the population growth of certain animals and even though he has studied this for twenty years, what he bounced things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.

“What's apparent at this scale with this resolution and detail and being at eye height as well, is that all the curves of this sort seem to be meeting right here.”


It turns out that those curves indicate chaotic conditions. “That I think is one of the greatest things about this wall that, in fact, we'll get people to see things that are otherwise hard to see.”



These simulations and animations are just scratching the surface of the wall. Imagine what would be like when we can get one of these babies at home.



For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.
本帖最后由 oo李莎oo 于 2010-8-12 13:37 编辑

[Homework] 2010-08-12 VisWall: High Resolution Display Wall

Some walls can be windows into a world we can hardly imagine: Exquisite details of the stone-masons’ craft. The mind-bending world of fractals with the shapes may shrink. But they are all the same. Or the very blueprint of what we are all made if, a strain of DNA.
“You can immerse yourself in your data, you know. you could do that in 3D. This software and the VisWall have 3D capabilities.”
In this case, a churning twister, each are hard out Hollywood.
You can try to describe the birth of tornado in words. * are having a very powerful 3D animation. And the images speak for themselves.”

Measuring 14×8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the VisWall. You can't get it at BestBuy though. You have to go to the Tufts University, in a place called the Centre for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science Foundation, Lional Zupan helped bring the VisWall to life. The VisWall uses two rare screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of the best HD TV. Four times! Faculty and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon developed a software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.
"I can feel the texture itself and I can change instruments. So here, I can actually cut so I am gonna try to grab the tumour."

Mathematician, Boris Hasselblatt, went to the wall to get a fresh view of a model, the forecast population growth of certain animals. And even though he has studied this for 20 years, what he bound(bind) things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.
"What's apparent at this scale, with this resolution and detail and being at eye height as well, is that all the curves of this sort seem to be meeting right here."
Turns out those curves indicate chaotic conditions.
"That I think is one of the great things about this wall. That, in fact, will get builder see things that otherwise hard to see."

This simulation and animation are just scratching the surface of the wall. Imagine what it will be like when we can get one of these babies at home.  
For Science Nation, I'm Miles O. Bryan.

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1.Credit: NSF怎么解释?由国家科学基金会支持,credit包含资金支持的意思吗?
2.The mind-bending world of fractals with the shapes may shrink. But they are all the same.
   In this case, a churning twister, each are hard out Hollywood. 如何理解这两句呢?
                                                                                                                                                       谢谢~~~~
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本帖最后由 quanyingbao19 于 2010-8-12 16:12 编辑

请在 孤烟舜 的基础上修改,谢谢!

hw

Some walls can be windows into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of this stonemason's craft, the mind-bending world of fractals with the shapes may shrink, but they're all the same, or the very blueprint of what we all are made up, a strand of DNA.

"You can immerse yourself in your data, and then you could do that in 3D. This software and the Viswall have 3D capabilities."

In this case, a churning twister, eat your heart out, Hollywood.

"You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words or with, having a very powerful 3D animation, I mean, the images speak for themselves.”

Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the Viswall. You can’t get it at Bestbuy though. You have to go to Tufts University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science Foundation, Lionel Zupan helped bring the Viswall to life.

The Viswall uses two real screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of the best HD TV. Four times! Faculties and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.

"I can't feel the texture itself, but I can change instruments, so here I can actually cut and so I'm goona try to grab the tumor.”

Mathematician Boris Hasselblatt went to the wall to get a fresh view of a model that forecasts the population growth of certain animals and even though he has studied this for twenty years, when he bounced things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.

"What's apparent at this scale with this resolution and detail and being at eye height as well, is that all the curves of this sort seem to be meeting right here.”

It turns out that those curves indicate chaotic conditions.

"That I think is one of the great things about this wall that, in fact, we'll get people to see things that are otherwise hard to see."

These simulations and animations are just scratching the surface of the wall. Imagine what it would be like when we can get one of these babies at home.

For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.
Homework

Some walls can be windows into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of this stone-maison craft, the mind-bending world of fractals, with the shapes may shrink, but they are all the same. Or the very blueprint of what are we all made up, a strand of DNA.
  
You can immerse yourself in your data, and you could do that in 3D. This software and visualize 3D capabilities.
  
In this case of churning twister, each are hard out hollywood.
  
You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words are with but a very powerful 3D annimation. I mean the images as speed for themselves.   
  
Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as the Viswall. You cann't get it at BestBuy though. You have go the Tuffs University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science foundation, Lionel Z helps bring the Viswall to life.
  
  
The Viswall uses two rare screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of a best HDTV. Four times! Faculty and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.
  
I can feel the texture itself, but I can't change instrument, so here I can actually cut, so I gonna try to rub the tumor.
Mathematician BH went to the wall, to get a fresh view of a model to forecast the population growth of certain animals and even though he has studied this for twenty years, what he bounce things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.
  
What's apparent at this scale, with this resolution and detail, and being at eye height as well, is that all curves of this sort, seemed to be meeting here.

It turns out those curves indicate chaotic conditions.
  
That I think is one of the great things about this wall that, in fact, we'll get people to see things otherwise are hard to see.
  
These simulations and animations are just scraching the surface of the wall. Imagine what it would be like when we can get one of these babies at home.

For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.
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本帖最后由 quanyingbao19 于 2010-8-12 16:59 编辑

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Some walls can be windows into a world we can hardly imagine, the exquisite details of the stone-mason's craft, the mind-bending world of fractals, with the shapes may shrink, but they're all the same. Or the very blueprint of what we are all made of, a strand of DNA.

"You can immerse yourself in your data, you know, you could do that in 3D, this software, and the VisWall have 3D capabilities."
  In this case, a churning twister, eat your heart out Hollywood.
"You can try to describe the birth of a tornado in words,  having a very powerful 3D animation and the images speak for themselves."
  
Measuring 14 by 8 feet, this video behemoth is known as "the Viswall". You can't get it at Best Buy though, you have go the Tufts University in a place called the Center for Scientific Visualization. With support from the National Science Foundation, Lionel Zupan helped bring the Viswall to life.
  
The Viswall uses two rare screen projectors to display a picture four times the resolution of the best HD TV. Four times! Faculty and students from many disciplines use it. For example, a surgeon develops software so her students can practice their technique without cutting any tissue.


"I can view the texture itself and I can change instruments, so here I can actually cut, so I'm gonna try to rub the tumor."

Mathematician Boris Hasselblatt went to the wall / to get a fresh view of a model that forecasts the population growth of  certain animals and even though he has studied this for twenty years, what he bounced things off the wall, he saw something he had never seen before.

"What's apparent at this scale ,with this resolution and detail and being at eye-height as well, is that all the curves of this sort seemed to be meeting right here."
It turns out / those curves indicate chaotic conditions.
"That, I think / is one of the great/ things about this wall that, in fact, will get people to see things that otherwise / hard to see."

These simulations and animations are just scratching the surface of the wall. Imagine what it would be like when we can get one of these babies at home.

For Science Nation, I am Miles O'Brien.
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