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Google Arts and Culture app: Here are the funniest matches we found on social media

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  • Published: January 16, 2018 10:54 AM IST
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The biggest social media trend of last weekend was people seeking their ancient lookalikes with Google s Arts and Culture app. Although the app s almost two years old, Google rolled out a new feature that compares your selfies to works of art found in museums, and that has been hitting off on social media over the past few days. Also Read - Google Pixel Watch renders reveal minimal design, deeper Google Assistant integration

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Simply click a selfie, or take someone else s photograph using the app, and Google will compare it to thousands of pieces of artwork, and deliver you a selection of possible doppelg ngers. While for some people the results were unbelievably uncanny; for some, hilarious is an understatement. Fortunately, these people have shared their results on social media. Also Read - Fortnite banned by Apple, Google: Epic Games files lawsuit against both

https://twitter.com/hannahrose253/status/952342397312274434

https://twitter.com/WolfoutTV/status/952335456804442112

https://twitter.com/petewentz/status/952563946615025665

https://twitter.com/there_she_goz/status/952336898273366016

Like he says, have your ever gotten roasted by an app

https://twitter.com/MosesStorm/status/952168432312705024

https://twitter.com/wonderwezgaming/status/952450241826992128

It s a match! #googleartsandculture

A post shared by A-A-Ron (@aaron_m_cohen) on

https://twitter.com/marymacklemore/status/952294265861869569

Well google , so you think I look like Liz Taylor? I don t thing so haha!

A post shared by sprinkle (@sprinklethetoypoodle) on

Well, there was this one too.

https://twitter.com/jimmisimpson/status/952773317273899008

And now that you have laughed through these, here s some gold for you.

https://twitter.com/Cheyenne_Curtis/status/952808587817922561

https://twitter.com/BlakeJ98/status/952692985518592000

#GoogleArtsAndCulture found a pretty accurate match

A post shared by Amanda (@amanda_mint) on

The app quickly climbed up the charts after this feature was rolled out. However, what makes this trend really interesting is that the feature is still in a testing phase and Google said that it was an experiment as of now, and is available only in parts of the US right now.

Aside from this new feature, Google’s arts app is fairly useful and informative, and offers users a way to view exhibits from over 1,200 international museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The app also supports virtual reality headsets.

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  • Published Date: January 16, 2018 10:54 AM IST



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