A microscopic film made using only a smartphone and a Cellscope.

What happens when you attach a CellScope to a Nokia N8 smartphone and let a team of talented animators play with them? You get the world's smallest stop motion animation movie. UK's animation studio Aardman used N8's 12 megapixel camera and a CellScope to film the main character, a miniature girl called Dot, as she struggles and stitches her way through obstacles made from British currency notes and coins.

Watch the film below:

Aardman

[via Popsci]

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