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.