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Atoms take the lead in world's tiniest movie

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Researchers at IBM have used atomic clusters to create the world’s smallest video.

Each frame was magnified a hundred million times to make it visible to the human eye.

The 90 second video, which features a boy running, jumping and dancing, aims to show the potential for ever-smaller modes of data storage.

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