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On human hair drew the world's smallest comics “Juanita Knits the Planet”- VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 13 May 2014 11:48

Advances in technology have led to the fact, that we now have many ways to capture their stories and share them. Someone puts pictures in Instagram, someone writes a long blog posts, and someone draws microscopic ... comics on human hair. The smallest in the world of comics with a strange name "Juanita knits planet" was painted in the U.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a focused ion beam (focused ion beaming or FIB). It will be unveiled at a meeting Exceptional Hardware Software Meeting in Hamburg (Germany) at the end of June. Comic book describes in detail one day in the life of Juanita - a little girl, who turned into a robot. During FIB technology ultrafast material flow is directed to the hair. While on the surface cut templates. This method of "printing on the hair" using FIB technology is the answer to the smallest first page of the magazine, which was released last month by IBM. The project was IBM draw attention to Moore's Law. Specialists show that reducing the size of objects stalled, so they created nanobook, which amounted to 11h14 micrometers. To publish the comic book "Juanita Knits the Planet" on human hair was a demonstration of the method print" and to draw attention to the potential of technology. However, this figure can not be considered without special powerful microscope, VIDEO:


НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ПРОСМОТРА ВСЕГО СПИСКА НОВОСТЕЙ О НЕОБЫЧНЫХ ЯВЛЕНИЯХ>>>

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