So IBM wanted to go further (or should I rather say “inner” -dough-) and recorded the world’s smallest video. It is not the shortest but actually the smallest in size because it all occurs in a 10-9 scale! A stop motion approach to atoms. Real atoms! As I’ve read, the background is smooth because of the technique used to look for the atoms under a microscope: “Scanning tunneling microscope“. I frankly don’t get it 100%, but it’s good to know there is an explanation to believe it is not fake.

Here’s the video and the making of:

Author: Bea Cabrera

Freelance Filmmaker with a passion for big cities, snowboard, cinema and a weakness for the smell of freshly ground coffee. Engineer & Graphic Designer in a previous life, loving and living both: art and technology.  

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