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Plasma TV has nothing on this visionary virtual device

Tufts physicist Austin Napier uses the university's new 'VisWall' to show the workings of high-energy particle research at Europe-s CERN particle collider. Tufts physicist Austin Napier uses the university's new "VisWall" to show the workings of high-energy particle research at Europe-s CERN particle collider. (Tufts University Photo / Joanie Tobin)
By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / March 31, 2008

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MEDFORD - At first glance, the screen dominating a front room at the Tufts University School of Engineering seems nothing more than an out-sized version of the high-definition TVs found in any sports bar or airport lounge. (Full article: 802 words)

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