We Live in the Future.

IBM has managed to make a stop-motion film using - wait for it - individual molecules. Yes, you read that correctly. They have managed to not only capture, but control, the movements of molecules to create a short film. This is blowing my mind.

They provide an explanation of how the movie was made, which is nearly as cool as the film itself. It apparently took 10 days of working 18 hours a day to create the frames for the minute-long video, using microscopic magnets and sound waves.

Once again let me reiterate: this is a movie in which the characters are created using individual freakin’ molecules.

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