Maker Dries Depoorter has used the awesome Raspberry Pi mini PC to create an art installation and vending machine called the Quick Fix. Designed to provide an easy way to purchase likes and followers in a 21st-century way. Watch the quick demonstration video below to learn more about the Quick Fix vending machine.
“Quick Fix in an interactive installation. The artwork makes it possible to buy followers or likes in just a few seconds. For a few euros you already have 200 of likes on Instagram. “Quick Fix “is easy to use. Choose your product, pay and fill in your social media username. You receive the like or followers just a few seconds later. The accounts that like or starting to follow you are fake accounts.
The products in the machine are easy to change. It can sell likes and followers for the following platforms: Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter. The coin acceptor can be setup so it accepts any currency in the world. Every order is saved in a database and its saved with the location of the exhibition, date, city, country. Quick Fix is commissioned by Pixelache in Helsinki and was produced in Dries his studio in Ghent, Belgium.Quick Fix premiered at Pixelache festival on 19 May in Helsinki. “
For more details on the Quick Fix vending machine created by Dries Depoorter jump over to his official website.Filed Under: Concepts & Design, Top News