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Fans of “The Da Vinci Code” or TV’s “Alias” series may be able to find a conspiracy theory to explain this melding of computer technology and classic art, but none comes readily to mind. At the very least, it’s a novel way to recycle e-scrap.rn
rnTaiwanese electronics maker Asustek Computer has crafted this replica of the “Mona Lisa” from obsolete motherboards–the image is easier to discern the further you scooch your chair away from your monitor. It’s on display at the 9th China Beijing International High-tech Expo.
A close-up of the enigmatic smile–not to mention CPUs, memory chips and solder.
For a gallery of images, from a tiny train to Marvin the Martian, rendered deep within silicon, click here.