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The smallest image of Barack Obama ever made

The video explains how the smallest image (to date…) of Barack Obama was made.

It is about 8µm in width which is about 1/10 of the diameter of a human hair. It was milled on a silicon piece.

It was made in Ottawa, Canada with an NVision, the dual column microscope from Carl Zeiss. The pattern generator used is NPVE from Fibics Incorporated.

Duration : 0:3:23



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