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The microscopic adventures of a 9mm girl called Dot were captured by Sumo Science on the new Nokia N8 using Professor Fletcher’s CellScope – a super portable microscope attachment developed, not for stop frame animation, but disease diagnosis in remote locations in the developing world. It does however rock as a teeny-tiny animation camera.

Nokia ‘Dot’ from Sumo Science on Vimeo.

and the making of:

The Making Of Nokia ‘Dot’ from Sumo Science on Vimeo.

and more about the CellScope:

Author: MarBelle

MarBelle has a strange compulsion to watch as many films as he can get his hands on and find jobs that give him a legitimate excuse to drill filmmakers about their work. Directors Notes is the latest incarnation of this disorder and so much cheaper than film school. Twitter: @MarBelle


4 comments for “Dot”

  1. RT @WeAreDN: New on DN: Dot http://bit.ly/cHxxP4

    Posted by SkeletonsTheMovie | September 20, 2010, 6:47 pm
  2. Posted by Film School by Phone | September 21, 2010, 6:16 am
  3. […] up was Nokia ‘Dot’ (featured on DN back in September), a film that set a new world record for the smallest stop motion […]

    Posted by RSSF2011: Animation | Directors Notes | July 27, 2011, 9:23 pm
  4. […] in the Guinness Book of Records for the smallest stop-motion animation character in a film with Dot? You get the band back together – Aardman Animation & Sumo Science (Will Studd and Ed […]

    Posted by Gulp | Directors Notes | August 3, 2011, 7:42 pm

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