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Lecture Notes in Computer Science;8852
Technology has brought us to the point where we are able to digitally sample life experience in rich multimedia detail, often referred to as lifelogging. In this paper we explore the potential of lifelogging for the digitisation and archiving of life experience into a longitudinal media archive for an individual. We motivate the historical archive potential for rich digital memories, enabling individuals' digital footprints to contribute to societal memories, and propose a data framework to gather and organise the lifetime of the subject.
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