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High school student takes research project on the road
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This year's Sci-Tech awards include improvements in appearances of trees and hairstyles for movies.
Research suggests that the brain is good at tracking movement, less accurate at perceiving detail.
Computer graphics and Oscar-winning technology bring the film to life.
A lack of attention to detail can be a good thing.
Grand prizewinner of USA Network's "Burn Notice" science challenge.
When the producer of the film "World War Z" typed the words "zombie ants" into Google's search box, he found exactly what he was looking for.
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