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Moving Atoms: Making The World's Smallest Movie [Video]
posted September 27 2013 15:03.21 by spic0m




How did IBM researchers move all those atoms to make the world's smallest movie? This short behind-the-scenes documentary takes you inside the lab. Meet the scientists, see how they made a movie with atoms, and find out more about their research in the field of atomic memory and data storage.
See the world's smallest movie here.


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