“How much of your life do you remember? The answer is statistically around 0.001% – that’s if you have good memory!” Eric Steiner reports for Venture Capital News. “This is about to be changed by a start-up company called LifeLogger, which we believe will be the Next BIG THING in High-Tech industry next year.”
“The company’s vision might sound like it’s coming straight out of a Star Trek film, and may even seem far-fetched, but their idea is truly brilliant and is reality today,” Steiner reports. “Lifelogger helps record your life (or the most important parts of it) by recording video/audio/gps information through the wearable POV [camera]. The recorded information can then be uploaded on the cloud, where it is processed/stored. The software extracts the faces you have seen, convert the words you said into a searchable text format, as well as OCR any street signs or other text that you read. All this along the GPS coordinates of your location at the time of recording. It even lets you track the direction in which you were looking.”
Steiner reports, “This is as close as we can get to augmented memory and the potential of life-logging either for personal or professional use is truly unlimited.”
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