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Submitted by The_Zeitgeist 2033d ago | article

Student creativity celebrated at EXPO

Jessica Smith has two PlayStation 3 systems in her office, but she's certainly not playing "Call of Duty" or "Grand Theft Auto" in her spare time.

The two systems, affectionately named Johnny 5 and Jenny 8, are used in Hot Threads - Smith's senior design engineering project.

The Hot Threads, or Raytheon, team is researching multi-core processor designs for the Air Force that will allow top secret information to be stored in a more tightly secured system. The Hot Threads team will present their project at the Engineering EXPO Friday. (Call of Duty: World at War, PS3, Tech)

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