15
Dec
2018

MIT scientists can now shrink 3D objects down to one thousandth of the size

“It’s a bit like film photography – a latent image is formed by exposing a sensitive material in a gel to light. Then, you can develop that latent image into a real image by attaching another material, silver, afterwards. In this way implosion fabrication can create all sorts of structures, including gradients, unconnected structures, and multi-material patterns,” adds Daniel Oran, another of the MIT team.

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