Tiniest map of the world comes from IBM

by Gareth Mankoo


IBM scientists have mastered nanotechnology to a level that brings about the possibility of creating the smallest 3D map of the world. They took just over two and a half minutes to do it and there’s a video that explains how. If you’re wondering how small this actually is then get a hold of this. The map is so tiny that 1,000 clones of it could fit on one grain of salt.


There are a few small things done that make it very big impact on mankind. Nanotechnology comes next to invisibility for me at least. You can make really important things seem small.
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