Leave it to IBM, the corporation behind the world’s first electric tabulating machine, to drop some next level entertainment via the wonders of YouTube and something called atomic memory.
Created by moving atoms to create patterns and structures, IBM recently released what they are calling “The World’s Smallest Movie,” which given the fact that it is made entirely of the tiniest particles in the world, seems fair enough.
In true IBM fashion, accompanying the movie is also a documentary film detailing exactly how a group of way-too-smart folks have discovered how to use atoms to build memory structures. Thanks for making us all feel real dumb guys.
Check out the movie above and the documentary below. Look at that, we’ve got it all.