Extreme closeup! IBM makes 'world's smallest movie' using atoms (video)

2013年5月2日 | By News | Filed in: News.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/weblogsinc/engadget/~3/4WLVwUAO55M/

DNP IBM

After taking a few shadowy pictures for the scientific world’s paparazzi, the atom is now ready for its closeup. Today, a team of IBM scientists are bypassing the big screen to unveil what they call the “world’s smallest movie.” This atomic motion picture was created with the help of a two-ton IBM-made microscope that operates at a bone-chilling negative 268 degrees Celsius. This hardware was used to control a probe that pulled and arranged atoms for stop-motion shots used in the 242-frame film. A playful spin on microcomputing, the short was made by the same team of IBM eggheads who recently developed the world’s smallest magnetic bit. Now that the atom’s gone Hollywood, what’s next, a molecular entourage?

Filed under: , ,

Comments


发表评论

邮箱地址不会被公开。 必填项已用*标注