Computer blueprints for nano-scale architecture. The structures' repeating fractal-like design ranks them among the smallest, lightest, strongest meta-material in the world.
The structures themselves were built from these plans using the world's smallest 3D printer, where the collision of individual photons will construct the world's most intricate structures.
Produced in collaboration with the Greer Group at the California Institute of Technology. Special thanks to Lucas Meza.