Tiniest Movie Ever Made
It’s a one minute video in which individual carbon monoxide molecules are rearranged to show a boy dancing and jumping on a trampoline.
Each frame measures 45 by 25 nanometers. So you know, there are 25 million nanometers in one inch.
The lead scientist says it’s the first time anything so small has been maneuvered to tell a narrative.
The movie was made using a microscope that magnifies the surface over 100 million times. A tiny needle was then used to move the molecules across a copper surface.
If you want to watch the movie, click here.