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“This was a room-sized sculpture of stacked boxes filled with the fragments of carved wood from waste such as broken chairs etc.”
“The term supercomputer is used for room-sized hardware installations that work together on massive calculating jobs.”
“No. Look how big the first computers were and in a few years we have one tiny chip that stores more data than a room-sized computer of years ago.”
“A small “cellular” fusion reactor would help; maybe a room-sized device that can power a medium-sized town.”
“It's easy to compare this process to other examples of seismic change, such as the modern computer, which was room-sized in the mid-20th century; started shrinking and speeding up thanks to integrated circuit technology and microprocessors in the 1970s; and became ubiquitous in business and our homes as we started to use them to trawl the Internet and communicate with friends in the 1980s.”
“Walt Mossberg tests a new device that aims to transform Skype video chats into room-sized experiences .”
“On "Jeopardy," IBM launched a well-publicized stunt in which their room-sized supercomputer Watson, despite some fumbling, beat two of the game's past champions.”
“She has a walled garden off the back patio, room-sized.”
“ULABY: These room-sized projects were often described as lairs.”
“One man proudly displays the way they have organized the living room-sized shelter where they took refuge after a landslide trapped them Aug. 5.”
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