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Wired Science picks 16 interesting science visualizations

For your Friday afternoon enjoyment, Wired Science ran an interesting slide show yesterday showing their picks for the 16 best science visualizations of 2011. This video is one of the visualizations, taken from the game "Powers of Minus Ten," that allows:

...players to zoom into a person’s hand, explore the world at different magnifications and learn about the human body (in the screenshot above, a cellular-level magnification shows dividing cells).

So, if you're up for some pretty pictures, I recommend heading over to Wired Science and taking a look.

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