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September 13, 2018 4:30 PM
        

 

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A digital art installation by alumnus Dave Greber presents vibrant, digital abstractions using recognizable, colorful kinetic objects such as balloons, bouncing balls, stuffed animals and more. (Video from Dave Greber)

 

A digital art installation by alumnus Dave Greber presents vibrant, digital abstractions using recognizable, colorful kinetic objects such as balloons, bouncing balls, stuffed animals and more. (Video from Dave Greber)

 

A digital art installation by alumnus Dave Greber presents vibrant, digital abstractions using recognizable, colorful kinetic objects such as balloons, bouncing balls, stuffed animals and more. (Video from Dave Greber)

 

In Morehead City, the rain and surf pounded the shoreline and took aim at the few boats still in the water. In New Bern, on the Neuse River, a CNN correspondent had to keep shifting position in a park as the water kept rising. Still to come are the hurricane-force winds that cover more than 15,000 square miles -- larger than the states of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island combined. The area covered by hurricane-force winds recently doubled -- meaning far more people will get blasted with winds topping 73 mph.