If you ever wondered how the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland was constructed or what it is actually hoping to achieve. A new Android application has been released by the team which hopes to shed a little more light on goings-on at the Large Hadron Collider.
Using the Large Hadron Collider scientists are trying to answer fundamental questions about the nature of the universe, the origin of mass, and structure of space and time. With the help of the new Android application you can now dig a little deeper into the Large Hadron Collider project and keep up to date with events as they happen.
Large Hadron Collider explains:
“LHSee makes the Hadron Collider accessible to anybody with an Android smartphone or tablet PC. Written by Oxford University scientists in collaboration with the ATLAS experiment at CERN, it is designed for use by experts and non-experts alike.”
The Android application also includes a couple of educational games which allow you to hunt the Higgs Boson from your Android device. It’s now available to download from the Android Market for free.