Massive CERN Photo. The unit to the left is the massive chamber (one of several) weighing between 7,000 and 12,500 ton impact chamber in which two protons collide emitting it products outward to be identified and analyzed by the outer layers of the collider. So that left unit fits into the right field unit when the proton collision occurs and all those layers of the field each identify different particle and energy types.
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Res Choice process by *jermilex on deviantART - Typography Design Modelling. Nice little process piece. Good to see how he sets up his lighting using proxy objects to speed render time and puts in the detailed objects later.