IBM uses nanotechnology to craft miniscule art

(Last Updated On: 12. März 2014)

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It’s not like we haven’t seen art on silicon before, nor is IBM any stranger to the more bizarre world of design, but the firm is nevertheless „touting one of the tiniest pieces of art ever made.“ The project, which consists of an „image of the sun made from 20,000 microscopic particles of gold,“ was reportedly „etched on a silicon chip wafer“ with a process that managed particles some 60-nanometers in diameter. Of course, IBM isn’t planning on entering the abstract art business anytime soon, but the achievement could purportedly pave the way for „high-performance transistors in molecular-scale chips“ while „leading to a nanotech race inside IBM and rival companies.“….

Naja, IBM hat eben etwas übrig für kleine Dinge.



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