NanoArt Videos

NanoArt Videos
Micro Art: Science and Technology united with art. What you are seeing here is not CGI or Photoshop... These are real, beautiful images of things as they appear under powerful electron and atomic force microscopes.
NanoArt is a new art discipline related to micro or nanosculptures created by artists or scientists through chemical or/and physical processes are visualized with powerful research tools like Scanning Electron Microscopes. The microscope images are processed further using different artistic techniques to create pieces of art that can be showcased for the general public.
22 Artists from 5 countries participated with 71 works at the worldwide competition NanoArt 2006. Judging was via the Internet and decided by the visitors of the host site.
This video from IBM, made with carbon monoxide molecules on a surface and an STM, holds the Guinness World Records™ record for the World's Smallest Stop-Motion Film.
UCSD chemist Mike Sailor showcases how complex structures of near molecular dimensions, called nano structures, are being developed for diverse applications from increasing computer performance to new tools for medicine and even art.
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