This Season's Greetings card is only 200-micro-meters wide by 290-micro-meters tall, the smallest in the world. Created by a team at the University of Glasgow, this nano-fabrication technology could be used in bio-technology sensing, optical filtering and light control components.
To give you an idea of its ridiculous size, u¡if you printed them over a standard holiday card, you could fit half a million of them. This one is printed in glass, however. According to Professor David Cumming and Dr Qin Chen, this technology could end in cameras, television and computer screens.
Perhaps we are watching the birth of the iPhone 7's Hyper-Retina display. [University of Glasgow]