The smartphone revolution has put incredibly powerful devices into the pockets of millions and millions of people, and that's great, but it also gave birth the selfie craze. If you're not taking photos of your own mug at least a couple of times every day you're probably in the minority, but what if you're a seasoned selfie snapper who really wants to take things to the next level? In that case you're probably going to want to visit the Greater Columbus Convention Center, where a new interactive sculpture is turning the faces of everyday people into huge works of art.
The sculpture is the work of Columbus-based artist and professor Matthew Mohr, and it's a real technological marvel. Driven by a 3D face-scanning camera situated in the rear "neck" area, the interactive installation scans visitors faces and then displays them on its massive, curved LED display, creating a truly larger-than-life selfie experience.
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