Facebook has dominated cyberspace and now it's going to breakout of the virtual world and take over Auckland's Aotea Square in a truly interactive way.
Work is underway to build a seven-metre Facebook wall out of bricks and mortar where Aucklanders can see their online communications - via the LG Facebook page.
It will be bought to life by a team of actors who will be embedded in the page and who will act and yell out posts.
Graffiti artist Otis Frizzell will contribute pictures.
The wall will be in Aotea Square for three days from tomorrow and has been described as a theatre-like experience, by those promoting it.
"In an increasingly digital world, we're excited that we're able to humanise technology with this attention-grabbing New Zealand first,'' Richard Bryant, LG's National Marketing Manager said.
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