IBM made another world record, says The Guardian. The company known for pushing technology’s limits with Deep Blue and Watson changed the movie world when it created the world’s smallest movie and it happens to be animated. IBM was inspired to make the short from its atomic data storage research. Using carbon monoxide molecules and taking frame by frame shots with a scanning tunneling microscope, the short film features a boy and his atom at play. The simple plot invokes a clear message to view the world in different ways from the atomic world to the deep space chasm.