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Watch Large Hadron Collider Collisions with an Android App


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I ran across this very cool app yesterday and thought I would share it:

If you have a phone or tablet that runs Google Android, you should check out the new LHSee app, released by the University of Oxford and available in the Android Market. Funded by the Science & Technology Facilities Council, the LHSee app delivers data from the ATLAS experiment at CERN directly to your handheld device. LHSee, released last week and currently in version 1.0, requires Android 2.2 and up and will need full Internet access. The new app is already a hit — it has a 4.5 star rating and 123 reviews in the Android Market.The app downloaded quickly to my HTC Incredible, and nine buttons on the first screen display the app options: Explore the LHC, What is ATLAS?, ATLAS in 3D, Hunt the Higgs Boson, Stream 2-D Events, Stream 3-D Events, Web links, Credits, and Feedback. The first button, Explore the LHC, provides a text overview of the 27km-long accelerator and a Choose Video button. You can watch videos of colliding protons, the ATLAS detector assembly, or the origin of mass..
https://www.networkworld.com/community/blog/lhsee7ae858153413897.jpg Unfortunately, right now the application is only available for Android. B)Market Link: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.l...e=search_result
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