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Tiny Tiny Tiny Short Movie

In November 2012, Nico Casavecchia received the most interesting commission of his career as a director: to work with a team of IBM scientists to create the smallest stop-motion movie in film history. The idea was to use the “scanning tunneling microscope,” a tool that allows scientists to visualize and move individual atoms over a surface.

The result is pretty impressive and reminds me of the very first steps of filmmaking!

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May 18, 2013
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