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Miniaturization has a pursuit of engineers and designers for decades. The trend to manufacture ever smaller products and devices has pocket-sized computers, mobile phones and motorbikes the size of a backpack. The latest thing to downsized is a miniature handbag that so small it can only seen with the aid of a microscope. The New York-based art collective MSCHF has a microscopic Louis Vuitton-inspired handbag. The makers say their creation "smaller than a grain of sea salt and narrow enough to through the eye of a needle". It 657 by 222 by 700 micrometres. It has also just been for $63,750 at an online auction.

The neon-green miniature was using a high-tech manufacturing technique called two-photon polymerization. This technology 3D printers to make mechanical biotech components and devices like microfilters and micropumps. MSCHF the technology to how small they could make a handbag. Chief creative officer Kevin Wiesner the New York Times that he had not Louis Vuitton for permission to use its logo on the handbag. He said: "We big in the 'ask for forgiveness, not permission' school of thought." He : "I think the bag is a funny object because it from something rigorously functional, but it basically become jewellery."

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