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‘Seeing’ anything but believing at new miSci exhibit (with photo gallery)

Sam Hopson, 10, of Guilderland, traces his mother Patrica Hopson's hand at the Seeing is Believing exhibit at NiSci in Schenectady Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Sam Hopson, 10, of Guilderland, traces his mother Patrica Hopson's hand at the Seeing is Believing exhibit at NiSci in Schenectady Saturday.
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When Merrick Fuller stands up straight he is still a few inches shy of the top of the square glass display at the center of miSci’s new exhibit. So he peers through the side, where he can see three different shapes. One looks like a chair. It’s white and delicate and strung up by thin wires. Another looks like a chair, but something is off about it. It’s distorted and wouldn’t sit anyone comfortably. The ...

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