We all know someone from the industry we ‘somewhat’ look like. People frequently put their comparison pictures with the celebrities they adore the most on social media.
Google Arts & Culture app, however, has taken this comparison game to the next level.
A new feature of the app has combined thousands of museum artworks for comparing and match them with the selfies taken by random people.
Though the app was launched in 2016, the new feature has been hitting off on social media in the last few days.
Twitter users are sharing their selfie comparisons online, and the results are hilarious. Even Hollywood actor Kumail Nanjiani tried it out.
The concept is simple: take a selfie and Google will compare that to thousands of artworks, and provide you with a selection of possible doppelgängers.
If you do not like the match given by the app, try altering the expression on your face.
Twitteratis Sharing Hilarious Results:
this is a terrible selfie but i tried the google arts and culture app and i think this is a pretty good match idk pic.twitter.com/d6BF8m9EHW
— blue hair and pronouns (@ashenyggdrasil) January 13, 2018
This App is seriously hilarious: Google Arts & Culture I think I have to google these dudes now and divine my fate pic.twitter.com/GlHNRaipvt
— Alex TrotterKitchens (@kitch4real) January 13, 2018
The google arts and culture app is neat pic.twitter.com/GYxUV6DrIA
— Kirby 💚 (@Kirboodles) January 13, 2018
GO HOME, GOOGLE ARTS AND CULTURE APP, YOU’RE DRUNK pic.twitter.com/rhbHBLOb1h
— kim windyka (@kimlw) January 13, 2018
I’ve taken like 20 selfies with the Google arts & culture app and gotten this horrifying guy as my top result EVERY SINGLE TIME, who do I sue pic.twitter.com/PjuvT0IXIU
— Caroline Wazer (@CarolineWazer) January 13, 2018
I tried messing with the google arts and culture app and it owned me incredibly hard pic.twitter.com/aF9qAlLZOa
— computer god (@Nixon_Robocop) January 13, 2018
So, what are you waiting for? Take a screenshot of your results and post it here in the comments section below. Let’s see who’s looking ‘best’ or rather should we say ‘worst’ in the comparison.