The Canadian Flag

The Canadian Flag

This five-micron version of the Canadian flag is probably the smallest rendition ever created of the Maple-leaf adorned banner. We found this tiny flag on the surface of a MIPS-X microprocessor chip created by Paul Chow and his colleagues at Stanford University in 1986.


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