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About the size of a single blood cell and inaudible to the human ear, is the point of the nano guitar because it's cool?

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 13 april 2011


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This article titled “Hey, what’s that sound: Nano guitar” was written by David McNamee, for guardian.co.uk on Wednesday 13th April 2011 14.21 UTC

What is it? The world’s smallest ever music instrument. A miniature guitar made out of crystalline silicon, 10 microns long (about the size of a human red blood cell), with six strings that are each about 100 atoms wide.

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