Everyone needs a little inspiration now and then. Go ahead, make something amazing.
Technology is getting intuitive. Really, really intuitive. This tech collects data from you and your surroundings to make your life easier every step of the way.
Psht, who says you can’t afford a personal assistant?
Silicon Valley, step aside. New York City is leading the way in the hottest tech innovations, and IBM Watson is joining in.
The art of film has changed radically over 150 years. Since the movie camera was created in the 1880s, filmmakers and inventors have been steadily pushing the limits of technology. Each of these 17 milestone moments set the bar for the next generation, and IBM recently achieved another milestone with the world’s smallest movie.
Just because you’ll need your glasses to see it doesn’t mean it’s not awesome. Here’s the best of the un-big, including the world’s smallest movie that IBM made by moving atoms.
Even nanophysicists need to have a little fun. In that spirit, IBM researchers used a scanning tunneling microscope to move thousands of atoms, all in pursuit of making a movie so small it can only be seen when you magnify it 100 million times.
Limits were meant to be pushed. From fires to extreme locations to mind-blowing scenery, there are many ways to push the boundaries when making a movie. And that’s exactly what IBM did when it moved atoms to make the world’s smallest movie.
Fancy special effects are just so… fake. There are many other creative ways to make a film, which is exactly why IBM used atoms to make the world’s smallest movie.
Why hasn’t someone invented smell-o-vision already? You might not be able to smell through your phone just yet, but in the future your phone will be able to smell you. IBM’s 5 in 5 predicts that within the next five years, computers will be able to smell you in order to determine whether you have various illnesses. Science!