Lee Hutchinson, Ars Technica

Lee Hutchinson

Ars Technica

Houston, TX, United States

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Past articles by Lee:

The audacious rescue plan that might have saved space shuttle Columbia

The untold story of the rescue mission that could have been NASA's finest hour. → Read More

Bringing horrible space monsters to life with performance capture tech

Our special 4-part look at The Callisto Protocol concludes! → Read More

Light, shadow, reflections, and terror: How a scary game does scary lighting

Our behind-the-scenes look at Callisto Protocol continues with a look at terrifying visuals. → Read More

Callisto Protocol shows how audio design elevates a game from scary to terrifying

In part 2 of our exclusive four-part preview, hear about the sounds & music of horror. → Read More

Ars has exclusive behind-the-scenes video from The Callisto Protocol

The next game from Dead Space's Glen Schofield is coming—and we filmed everything. → Read More

Information security gets personal: How to protect yourself and your stuff

Recapping our Ars Frontiers talk with a half-dozen information security experts. → Read More

How we learned to break down barriers to machine learning

Dr. Nashlie Sephus schools us on how to get ML on your IT team's radar. → Read More

It’s Ars Frontiers week—and we’ve got something happening every day

Today at 1 pm ET: Making critical infrastructure safer with Leslie Carhart. → Read More

Ars Frontiers is next week—here’s what’s on tap at our first conference

Interested in attending? We'll tell you how to register for an invite! → Read More

Paul Sutter walks us through the future of climate change—things aren’t great

This episode of Edge of Knowledge focuses on our rapidly transforming world. → Read More

Paul Sutter explores the origins of life, and DNA versus RNA

This month's "Edge of Knowledge" peers back in time to the beginnings of life on Earth. → Read More

Ars Frontiers, the first Ars Technica conference, comes to DC

We're holding a conference in May—and if you want to come, read on! → Read More

Slaw Device is back: RH Rotor Pedals rule the skies—for $475

They may be expensive, but for flight-sim enthusiasts, they're worth every penny. → Read More

Exploring the counterintuitive mysteries of black holes with Paul Sutter

In this episode of "Edge of Knowledge," we look at those most singular singularities. → Read More

Watch Sam Machkovech go hands-on with Valve’s Steam Deck

We spend some time with a prerelease unit and give our impressions. → Read More

Mars is both closer and farther away than it seems—Dr. Paul Sutter explains

Episode two of "Edge of Knowledge" continues, focusing on the red planet. → Read More

Missing mass? Not on our watch—Dr. Paul Sutter explains dark matter

In the pilot episode of our new series Edge of Knowledge, we explore science! → Read More

The Wheel of Time’s first season wraps up in an explosive, twisty finale

Our biggest complaint about the season is that there needed to be more of it. → Read More

War Stories: How Deus Ex was almost too complex for its own good

We caught up with Warren Spector and picked his brain about JC Denton & pals. → Read More

The Wheel of Time episode 7 finally tells us who the Dragon is

We barrel towards the season finale with a big reveal—and maybe a couple of missteps. → Read More