OTHER WORDS FROM miniaturizemin·i·a·tur·i·za·tion, nounsu·per·min·i·a·tur·ize, verb (used with object), su·per·min·i·a·tur·ized, su·per·min·i·a·tur·iz·ing.
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Instead of a miniaturized N64, however, the company's first dedicated 3D-rendering console is returning as part of a software suite on Nintendo Switch.N64 on Switch: Reading the tea leaves on future game prospects|Steve Haske|September 26, 2021|Ars Technica
This tension between epic narrative and miniaturized scale is but one source of the 18-minute short’s urgent energy — its setting at the disused power plant of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center may be another.If classical music keeps one thing from the pandemic, let it be the opera short|Michael Andor Brodeur|May 7, 2021|Washington Post
These include a recently discovered group of miniaturized frogs as well as the discovery earlier this year of the smallest reptile on earth—the Brookesia nana, or nano-chameleon, which is the size of a paperclip.
There’s also growing awareness that Madagascar is home to a variety of other uniquely miniaturized animals, especially chameleons and frogs.
As we approach the physical limits of how much we can miniaturize the silicon chips all commercial computers rely on, the time it takes for each leap in processing power has increased significantly, and the cost of reaching it has ballooned.As Moore’s Law Slows, Chip Specialization Could Undermine Computing Progress|Edd Gent|March 8, 2021|Singularity Hub
Then again, the question of whether North Korea can ‘miniaturize’ a nuclear weapon remains eerily unanswered.