New Delhi, Jan. 11 -- Art and technology can be an effective tool for social change and sensitisation. This one-of-its-kind exhibition in the Capital demonstrates the same. Priya's Mirror, the ongoing exhibition, uses augmented reality for the cause of acid attack survivors.

The exhibition is about India's first female superhero Priya Shakti, who is a rape survivor, and was named by UN Women as a gender equality champion. She is now helping a group of acid attack survivors to find their strength and conquer their fears - similar to how she overcame her fears after surviving a brutal rape - highlights the works at the exhibition. One needs to download a free mobile app and scan the comic book images at the exhibition, using the phone came...