World's smallest ever film created

Technologists in US, mixing science and entertainment, make animation using individual atoms.

Last Modified: 01 May 2013 20:25
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We are all used to Hollywood films with huge casts and budgets to match.

Now, the world's smallest ever film has been created.

It is an animation made using individual atoms - the building blocks of life.

Al Jazeera's Joanna Blundell explains the making of a film that mixes science and entertainment.


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