The world's smallest movie

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

IBM's researchers in the field of atomic memory bring you the smallest film in the world - according to Guinness World Records™ - made by manipulating particles so small that they can be seen only if magnified 100 times (carbon monoxide molecules - two atoms stacked on top of each other), and animating them in this stop-motion short video titled A Boy and His Atom.

Bonus: Behind the scenes

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