Wednesday, 8 May 2013

IBM creates world's smallest movie using individual atoms

Anyone who’s tried their hand at stop animation will know it’s an incredibly time consuming and delicate job. But spare a thought for scientists at IBM Almaden in California who have produced the world’s smallest stop animation movie by using a scanning tunneling microscope to move individual atoms. Rather than competing with Aardman or Pixar for a slice of the international box office, the film is intended to make the public aware of new technology that could increase computer memories far beyond what is possible today... Continue Reading IBM creates world's smallest movie using individual atoms

Section: Science

Tags: Animation, Atoms, Data Storage, IBM, Movies, World's Smallest

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