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For the very few that were born with the super human ability of photographic memory, have a useful tool. As throughout all aspects of life, we are constantly plagued by having to remember important tid bits of visual information.
It’s with much pleasure and interest I shed light on a group of individuals who want to bring the joys, and usefulness of having a photographic memory to the masses, the everyday consumers of technology. The better part of this news is it seems like they are going to succeed in their goal of a digital photographic memory technology, as they are well on their way to completing a prototype and already taking orders.
That’s right, six Swedish visionaries have formed a startup called Memoto, and their vision is to create a tiny “wearable camera, able to create a continuous life log for the user.” When I first heard about this I thought it was an excellent concept. The possibilities and scenarios of use for art and technology and even real word applications are endless.
What if you can re-live any moment of your life? Memoto has done a great job at pumping out a high quality video that conceptualizes the possibilities and scenarios in which a technology like this can thrive. They pose the question “what if you could re-live any moment of your life” to various people, implying that now you can. An inspiring video, makes you think about the possibilites and endless continium of moments that are constantly passing us by, with a way to capture them. Check out the video below.
This video shows some of the more practical uses for using this technology in an every day environment. We also get a glimpse into the interface for our smart phones to control and use the product.
You can get more information by visiting Memoto’s Official Website
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