Let's see, a new lithography process yields 100,000 DPI, could lead to high-density storage and display, and on this forum it gets compared to oil paint and how nice it is to make prints in a darkroom.
The test image is, what, 50nm across? And it's a real 100,000 DPI, not an Epson marketing number. I have never heard of "plasmon resonances" before this.
Now that does sound like a print in the developer tray, doesn't it?Comments Dr. Yang, "But instead of sequentially colouring each area with a different ink, an ultrathin and uniform metal film was deposited across the entire image causing the 'encoded' colours to appear all at once, almost like magic!"