In a breakthrough scientists have just produced the first e film , shot by moving ‘Atoms!!
What we see in the film is 100 Million times larger than the original!
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.
Why? To prove that they can and in the process show off the fun side of science, according to Andreas Heinrich, a principal investigator at IBM Research in California who led the effort.
“We think that that’s exciting and that will drive normal people’s interest in (asking) what is this. What are atoms? Why are we here? What happened? All of these questions that we want people to ask,” he told NBC News.
Smallest stop-motion movie
The movie, “A Boy and His Atom,” depicts a boy named Atom who goofs around with an actual atom during 242 single frames of stop-motion action filled with dancing, a game of catch and a trampoline romp. :
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Your family or friends might receive the same call.