Behind the glass, images, both horizontal and vertical, are constantly changing; one sees people at work, scenes of natural beauty, and moments of scientific activity — images range from Stonehenge to chemists poring over test tubes in a lab to closeups of people's faces. At the same time, words appear and disappear, in large and small print, and in several languages. Over this display, colored beams of light move in an endless number of patterns and configurations. The interplay of elements ...
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