The Super Zoom is a new computer-generated animation that shows how everything in the universe is made of tiny fundamental elements. The 3-minute short is based on an identifiable starting point: a pen and lined paper. In the lower right part of the screen, a scale is adjusted as the "camera" gets closer and closer, crossing the metal surface of the tip of the pencil in increasingly tiny layers.
The song by Pink Floyd - Shine on your crazy diamond is very well integrated into the video.
There is another one from 1977 playing with the same concept:
Or the opening from Contact (1997):
Or even this random Youtube video captured with a Nikon P900 Superzoom:
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