LHSee and Collider
LHSee and Collider are Apps we have written to allow you to see collisions from the Large Hadron Collider
30 July 2013 - If you liked LHSee, try out our all-new app, "COLLIDER" with flashy graphics, more games, and even more ways to see collisions from CERN.
4 July 2012 - Now showing Higgs boson candidates from the ATLAS experiment
- Find out about more about the Large Hadron Collider
- Learn how the ATLAS experiment works
- View live 3D displays of collisions direct from CERN
- Play the "Hunt the Higgs" game
Download the new app (Android or iOS)
To get our first app download LHSee
Oxford IT Services podcast interview about app development.
- Android version 2.2 and above
- 3D animations work best on a modern device with containing a dedicated graphics chip
- Take the Particle Adventure
- CERN's subatomic venture
- ATLAS live: news from the ATLAS experiment
- Videos and games from the ATLAS experiment
- Find out what's going on in ATLAS today ATLAS blog
- Possibly the most read High Energy Physics blog in the UK Life and Physics
We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of our colleagues in the ATLAS collaboration and the ATLAS outreach group.
Reviews and press
- Press release from STFC
- Oxford's Science Blog
- On twitter
- gizmodo.de (Germany)
- Android Community
- Escapist Magazine
- Phandroid app of the day
- Android life
- IB times
- Android world (Italy)
- Guardian - Jon Butterworth, UK
- Daily Mail (UK)
- hir24.hu (Hungary)
- ZeeNews (India)
- tyden.cz (Czech Republic)
- PC mag
- The Australian
- Gizmodo (Australia)
- BFGL (educational)
- AndroidTapp (featured App)
- Brasenose College news
- ZME science
- The Times
- Royal Society of Chemistry
- Physics Education paper
Comments from users
- This is an awesome app. I am really impressed with the information provided.
- love this folks....wonderful
- Thank you for continuing support for this app during run 2! I am a grad student in particle physics, and I love looking at the events.
- The work being done at the LHC is great!!! Money well spent, when compared to it being spent on unnecessary things like war and conflict!!!
- Still my favorite app!
- I love physics and I'd like one day in the future to go to work at cern
- apps like this should be made. this is the only good app I've seen in particle physics