To give you an idea of how it will work, we will show you how the Nobel Laureates Mr. Gerd Binnig and Mr. Heinrich Rohrer could have designed there scanning tunneling microscope if they had 21st Century Project. Their idea was to scan the atomic surface of an object by using a closed-loop controlled distance of a surface and a point. To control the distance, they used the tunneling current which decreases in a logarithmic condition on distance. To make pictures, they need a software which creates the Scanning Position in X and Y direction. To get the Z position, they must create the distance by regulating the tunneling current. Finally, the data must be collected and displayed as a 3-dimensional object.