world smallest item

I think this post will let most of the people shiok — You might find that some of the item is an ‘mission impossible’ to create it –

Okie – THE WORLD SMALLEST –


::: Smallest Teapot In The World


German sculptor Bettina Kaminski made the world’s smallest teddy bears 5-mm tall Mini-the-Pooh and 3.5-mm tall Micro Ted.
::: World’s Smallest Teddy Bears


::: The Picotux 100 is the world’s smallest Linux computer, only slightly larger than an RJ45 connector.
::: World’s Smallest Linux Computer chip .


The smallest burger meal isn’t something which you can stuff yourself with but they look cute and tiny.
::: Worlds Smallest Burger, Fries and Soda Meal


It’s called the Space Cub and its only 2×2×2.2 inches; it’s supposed to be the smallest personal computer in the world.
::: World’s Smallest PC


Photograph taken with a microscope camera and the doll is set beside an English 5p coin for scale.

::: The Smallest Doll In The World


The Nano-Guitar is 10 micrometers long and each of the six strings are 50 nanometers wide. Its made by Dustin Carr and Harold Craighead of Cornell University’s Nanofabrication Facility.
::: World’s Smallest Guitar


The world’s smallest grand piano is created by Sega Toys Company and its equipped with a keyboard with a mere 4-milimeter (0.16-inch) wide 88 keys and with an auto-playing function and weighs only 2.5-kilogram (5.5 lb).
::: World’s Smallest Grand Piano


Eric Meissner made the world’s smallest violin and it measure just 1.5/8 inches long.
::: World’s Smallest Violin


With a dimension of 5 centimeters long by 1.5 centimeters wide, this harmonica is the smallest in the world. It is named “Little Lady” and is made in Germany in the late 1890s.
::: World’s Smallest Harmonica


is a true stringed instrument that plays real music and its carved out of a single crystal of silicon. The strings are actually silicon rods 50 nanometres (nm) in diameter, ranging from about 1,000 to 8,000nm long.
::: World’s Smallest Harp


The Soprillo is the world’s smallest “piccolo” saxophone, measuring only 12″ (30cm) in height (13″ including the mouthpiece) and sounding a full octave above the soprano saxophone.
::: World’s Smallest Saxophone


:::  World’s Smallest Pancake


::: World’s smallest key


::: World’s smallest camera


::: World’s smallest dishes.


::: World’s smallest glasses


::: World’s smallest magnifying glass


::: World’s smallest pipe


::: World’s smallest pencil

How you think ? is that human creativity ?

A Best Friend Teddy

There are millions of children bed ridden to hospitals unable to participate in schooling and extra curricular activities. Many lack fully developed socialization skills due to isolation from their peers. Dilus, an electronic teddy bear aids in socialization, entertainment, communication, and education.

The genesis came from field research into children permanently placed in hospitals. The detachment can directly affect how well and how much they learn. Dilus uses holographic technology to help these children adapt. They can use it to follow along in class, watch educational TV, and interact with other kids equipped with the bear. Essentially it’s a tool, a portal of sorts and their best friend. It also has the added benefit of being made from an electronic polymer fully customizable to each child.

Designer: Bruno Oro de Abreu

Blockenspiel…you know, for kids!

Bust out the aspirin and put down that toy AK-47 fully automatic machine gun you were thinking about buying Junior for his birthday and think about giving the gift of music. Check out the latest in getting your groove on like a tyke, this ‘AMK’ is a modular sound toy specially designed for preschool children. Kiddies can independently play and combine sounds through plugging these uniquely programmed music blocks. Designed by Berlin based PKNTS, this has my vote for a “minor” hit.

Designer: PKNTS Studio [ Video ]

In interaction with the computer, single sounds and entire sets can be transferred  to sound blocks.

The children can independently play and combine the sounds through plugging these blocks.