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May 25th, 2004
Stare straight ahead through your special, polarized 3-D sunglasses. Use a tool in your right hand to place crystals in space before you. With the wired tongs in your left hand, connect, stretch and rotate those crystals into an elaborate, three-dimensional crystalline structure composed of triangles. You're exploring an interactive display called "The Crystal Method' created by Caltech doctorate recipient Steven Schkolne, at the "nano' exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Boone Children's Gallery.
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