Posts Tagged ‘living in the moment’
Posted by Asif Mumtaz

No photographic memory? No worries! The Memoto lifelogging camera records every moment as you live it.

Modern psychologists have collected solid evidence reflecting that photographic memory is a myth. One can’t recall images from memory with perfect accuracy. Nevertheless, there’s no denying the fact that some people have incredibly accurate memory. Akira Harahuchi, for example, set a world record for recalling the first 83,431 decimal places of pi. There are many other examples of people with phenomenal memories – but none with a true photographic memory.

Although the notion of photographic memory is fiction, you can still recall your best moments, thanks to Memoto. Memoto is a tiny, automatic camera that continuously collects your memories through photo.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Are we living in the moment or too busy with our smartphone cameras, taking pictures?

Imagine this: you are watching your favorite league game in a stadium for the first time ever, and it turns out to be a big match. With the final home run, you know victory is yours. The entire stadium is on its feet, yelling happily at the top of their lungs – their happiness rests only in the moment. But you’re not “there” – you’re too busy talking pictures!

 
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