Watch The Animation Intel Made From YOUR Facebook TImeline

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Intel has launched a musical based on your life. Yes, you read that right; but the caveat is, you have to be on Facebook. Me: The Musical, uses pictures, events and information from your Facebook timeline to create a personalized animated movie.

The movie begins with your date of birth and moves through a series of musical scenes which draw on the key themes of each decade from the 1950s to the current day. Along the way it includes friends from Facebook and reminders of significant individual milestones.

Jayant Murty (Director, Brand Strategy and Integrated Marketing for Asia Pacific, Intel): It is important to celebrate an interesting past with an eye on the future.

You can visit to create your musical.

[Image Courtesy: Intel]

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