This site is the result of a three month lifelogging project, wearing a SenseCam that takes a low-res photo every 20 seconds. The main challenge with taking so many images isn’t that the camera operates automatically, more or less without intervention of any kind beyond charging it every 2 days, the problems come in managing and organising the huge number of individual images. Over 300,000 photos takes up a lot of space and time. The visual research suggests some ways of stretching and collapsing the time scales represented by the image archive. You can read about further directions for this research below.
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