Is your life worthy of being hung in the hallowed halls of an art gallery? What about your life as depicted through your Facebook account? While you might not feel that your profile is particularly artful, an interactive experimental ad from Intel gives you a tour of your own Facebook existence as though you were strolling through an art gallery.
After visiting the website for Intel's Museum of Me, you'll be prompted to give Intel access to your Facebook account. Assuming you're okay with that, you'll then be treated to a sweeping tour of your own existence, culled directly from your Facebook profile (and the profiles of your unsuspecting friends, of course). Your memories appear on room after virtual room, and the museum of you is even stocked with onlookers admiring — or are they critiquing? — your life as told through Facebook.
The effect is definitely a bit unsettling, but it's impressive enough to be more than worth it if you're curious. The Museum of Me experience is actually an ad for Intel's Core i5 processor, and a clever, very sharable one at that.
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