New Kickstarter App Compiles A 1 Second Clip Out Of Each Day Of Your Life And Turns It Into A Video

New Kickstarter App Compiles A 1 Second Clip Out Of Each Day Of Your Life And Turns It Into A Video
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The 1 Second Everyday App is a revolutionary new app that documents one second of audio and video every single day, which, if done for ten years, can be compiled into an hour-long video.

Over time, days, months, and even years can become a blur. Individual memories become faded and many become forgotten altogether.

The 1 Second Everyday App is looking to change that, by putting second-long clips taken everyday in chronological order, allowing users to have a small reminder of each day of their lives.

This app changes everything; the demo video alone shows how powerful it can be, even without knowing the person the video is about.

Check out the demo video below:


You can support the 1 Second Everyday App’s Kickstarter page here.

Robert Gordon | Elite. 

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Hailing from Queens, New York, Robert Gordon can be found running the World News section of Elite Daily or roaming NYC on photographic expeditions. A diehard sports fan who’s had his heart constantly broken by the Knicks and Mets, Robert can be seen donning orange and blue attire all throughout the city. Under the moniker Robbie Fingers, he creates visuals from music videos, to short films with his partner, ManuallFocus.

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