October 8, 2012 by maborlleile
Don’t we all want to go back in time and un-do some things. What if you were able to go to an exact moment and be able to watch that moment and learn from it? Seems crazy doesn’t it? Imagine having a memory card that stores everything that your eyes see and was available for playback any time. Well I am here to inform you that it doesn’t have to be that complicated. A Brooklyn artist named Cesar Kuriyama was able to prove this. For about a year and a half ago, he started to record every single day on camera and make a movie out of it. The project contains one second footage from each day and varies amazing road trips all the way dow to seeing Cesar stay connected on Facebook. Cear said that one of the points of this project were to ” look back on those days where I made a mistake and learn from them”. I think everyone could benefit from this. We all have moments in our lives that we regret, but it is whether we learn from these mistakes do these regrets have any true meaning.
For the full article and Cesar’s project on CNN, click here: