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Record Your Life With The 1 Second Everyday App

Record Your Life With The 1 Second Everyday App

4 Years Ago By Richard Darell

There are more and more applications being introduced for photo sharing, photo manipulation and of course lifelogging. All of these things have so far been focused on photography. But what about sounds, voices and the ambiance that fills our everyday lives? These are usually things that in an instant flood our brains with memories as soon as they penetrate our ears. The problem has always been that shooting video, editing it and putting it into a stream is a time consuming and boring process. Just snapping a photograph and having it automatically uploaded to your photo feed is way more streamlined. However, with the 1 Second Everyday app, that whole annoying process is soon just a memory.

The 1 Second Everyday app is a new concept in lifelogging that will allow you to choose 1 second out of all your videos shot during a day and add it to your video stream. After ten years, you will have a 40 minute video that will allow you to relive people, sounds, experiences, ambiance and emotions in 1 second clips from every single day over those 10 years.

This means that you will be able to record your entire life and relive it whenever you want. It will be packed with memories, and you will be able to remember, share and relive those precious moments over and over again. The 1 Second Everyday app is being developed by Cesar Kuriyama who is currently looking for funding in order to finalize the app, and after that add a set of new groundbreaking features to it. The project needs just $20,000 to be completed, and currently Cesar has been able to raise almost $18,500 through the 1 Second Everyday app Kickstarter page. This lifelogging app is an amazing concept with some incredible potential. Pledge now and get your very own app when the funding is over in 23 days.

Cesar Kuriyama’s 1 Second Everyday App





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July 14th, 2013

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