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World's smallest stop-motion film made with individual atoms

  13.05.10 10:50am

Scientists at IBM have just unveiled the world's smallest stop-motion film — certified by Guinness — one made by moving individual atoms. What you're seeing is 100 million times bigger than the original elements.

Read about and see the video here: http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/worlds-smallest-stop-motion-film-made-individual-atoms-6C9670052