'A Boy and His Atom,' the World's "Smallest" Movie
May 1, 2013
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A movie with atoms as actors has been named by the Guinness World Records organization, as the "world's smallest movie." Called 'A Boy and his Atom,' the stop-action film was produced by IBM to introduce students to the world of mathematics and science, while highlighting IBM's own history of research.
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