Friday, December 9, 2011
"You pay the money, and you get a product," Savage told BusinessWeek.
Researcher Damon McCoy, also in computer science and engineering, was instrumental in putting the graphic together.
Read the story here.
And make sure you take a closer look at the graphic here.
The story has now become quite a hit with news sites and blogs.
It was featured on the home page of ABCNews.com, Discovery Channel news, the New Scientist and CNET.com. In case you missed all the coverage, here are links to some of the stories:
ABCNews.com: Fake Rainbows Lead to Scientific Discovery
CNN Light Years blog: Seeing double: Researchers find rainbow connection
Discovery Channel: Secret of Twinned Rainbows Found in Simulations
MSNBC: Secret of 'Twinned Rainbows' Simulated on a Computer
Science: "Burgeroids" Cause Double Rainbows
Mashable.com: "But What Does it Mean?" Computer-Generated Rainbows Reveal Some Answers
New Scientist: Rare twin rainbows simulated in 3D
CNET: CGI hackers discovery secret of rainbows