“1 Second Everyday” Time Capsule App Released

Posted on: January 11th, 2013 at 10:12 am by

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Cesar Kuriyama made quite the splash after revealing his “1 Second Everyday” time capsule application to the masses late last year. With help from Kickstarter (and plenty of press), the Brooklyn-based entrepreneur exceeded the initial goal, and was able to crowdfund nearly $57,000 toward the project. The campaign concluded at the end of December, and now the free app is ready to download; it’s only available for iPhone at the moment, but Android is in the works.

The easy-to-use interface allows you to snip existing videos from your camera roll, or shoot new footage from within the app. Just think, by the end of the week, 7 seconds of your life will be digitally catalogued for posterity.

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