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The Chip Shots website explores the hidden beauty in some of today's hottest microprocessors as visualized under a microscope. Using a variety of unique, highly-refined reflected optical microscopy techniques, we have developed a large collection of full-color photomicrographs (photographs taken through a microscope) illustrating the beautiful patterns observed on integrated circuit surfaces.
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Technical Format: Image
Date Added to MERLOT: February 11, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 11, 2002
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Send email to davidson@magnet.fsu.edu
Submitter: John Walkup

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Language: English
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Avatar for Samuel Peavy
14 years ago

Samuel Peavy (Student)

This is a very interesting site. Central Processor Unit chips are dyed and
photographed in such a way that they become art.