Oak Ridge National Laboratory said that it has created a fidget spinner smaller than the width of a human hair, according to a release from the lab.
The lab said the small toy was created by researchers part of ORNL's Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences. The fidget spinner measures to be only one tenth of a millimeter wide.
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The reason for its inception? Researchers said they hope this will be a "compelling way" to reach out to the younger generation and have them become engaged in science. The lab will work to showcase the mini-spinner.
ORNL said it also plans to build an interactive, microscopic fidget spinner exhibit as part of ORNL's Traveling Science Fair.
The lab also shared a video of how the smallest fidget spinner works.