Fans of "" 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.
Taiwanese 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.
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