In this undated image taken from video and provided by IBM, carbon monoxide molecules are arranged on the screen to form the IBM logo, in what IBM claims to be the world's tiniest stop-action movie. Entitled “A Boy and his Atom,” the one minute video employs individual carbon monoxide molecules that are rearranged to show a boy carrying out various activities. Each of the 242 frames measures 45 by 25 nanometers which is one billionth of a meter. (AP Photo/IBM)

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In this undated image taken from video and provided by IBM, carbon monoxide molecules are arranged on the screen to form the IBM logo, in what IBM claims to be the world's tiniest stop-action movie. Entitled “A Boy and his Atom,” the one minute video employs individual carbon monoxide molecules that are rearranged to show a boy carrying out various activities. Each of the 242 frames measures 45 by 25 nanometers which is one billionth of a meter. (AP Photo/IBM)
In this undated image taken from video and provided by IBM, carbon monoxide molecules are arranged on the screen to form the IBM logo, in what IBM claims to be the world's tiniest stop-action movie. Entitled “A Boy and his Atom,” the one minute video employs individual carbon monoxide molecules that are rearranged to show a boy carrying out various activities. Each of the 242 frames measures 45 by 25 nanometers which is one billionth of a meter. (AP Photo/IBM)
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