The Facebook Like button might be a ubiquitous accessory towards the web, but what exactly are we to complete when dealing with Like-able things when we are offline? Artist Mario Klingemann provides a simple solution: a 3-dimensional Facebook Like button for that real life.
The bit of web-aware art is going to be featured within an approaching Ultra Social UAMO show in Munich. Cellular phone, created using wood, acrylic fresh paint, as well as an Arduino microcontroller board, beckons passers-by with Facebook’s universal thumbs up symbol on the physical button. It may tally up real life Likes as they are available in, too, therefore it could keep an eye on its success in the exhibition. The button may draw its inspiration from the physical Digg button produced captured, which similarly tallies up reactions.
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