This tiny little F1 car is .285mm long. A team of smarty pantses at the Vienna Institute of Technology used a technique called “Two Photon Lithography” to quickly 3d print this car as a demonstration of their ability to rapidly build teensy little biomechanical parts. This will be helpful in medicine as doctors use this technology to build frameworks for a patient’s body to generate bone around.
I think this is very cool technology and think it’s neat that they made a race car to demonstrate their abilities.
via Boing Boing