ASUS Gives Tribute to the Mona Lisa

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  1. Rob Williams

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    From our front-page news:
    Think that working at some of the largest companies in the world means there's all work and no play? Well, ASUS might prove that once in a while, fun does have to come into the scheme of things, and that's proven with a tribute to Leonardo da Vinci's legendary painting, the Mona Lisa. ASUS' recreation is found in the main hall of its Taiwan HQ, and unlike the real Mona Lisa, it's much larger than a person, and no painter ever came near it.

    Rather, this Mona Lisa is comprised of thousands of computer chips and motherboard bits. Up close, the "painting" looks like nothing more than a strange collection of various computer bits, but as you step back, the image becomes a lot more clear. Sure, it's not the best-looking representation of the Mona Lisa ever created, but it might just be one of the most unique.

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