Hear those thunderclaps overhead? It's the sound of a zillion neurons being blown in Cambridge. Yes, it's raining science in
People's Republic this weekend -- ever since the Cambridge Science Festival
kicked off last Saturday, you can't swing a Schroedinger's cat in
Central Square without hitting something brainy.
Leo Villareal is an artist -- an artist whose art will send you down a 200-foot hallway and make you feel like you're travelling through hyperspace.Sometimes
referred to as a light sculptor, Villareal uses different kinds of
electronic light and computer coding technology to compose space-like
panoramas of moving, glowing awesomeness.
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