Data Visualization Reveals Different Cultural Selfie Trends [Pics]

Data Visualization Reveals Different Cultural Selfie Trends [Pics]
technology

Five cities across the world reveal various consistent habits.

Ross Brooks
  • 20 february 2014

When most people look at a selfie, all they see is an moderately narcissistic person staring back at them. The truth can actually be a lot more complex than that, at least according to a new analysis of more than 3,000 self-portraits called SelfieCity. These self-directed photos can actually reveal cultural stereotypes, and behavioural preferences in different cities around the world.

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