We started Narrative because we wanted to capture more of our moments and access more of our memories. Visual captures of a moment, more often known as photos, are tremendously powerful tools to relive more memories in our minds; so we built an always-on, automatic, wearable camera and an intelligent software for image analysis to go with it. Today we’ve reached an important milestone.
The more photos you take, the more moments you capture. The more moments you capture, the more memories you’ll access. The more memories you’ll access, the more of your identity you will discover and the richer your life will be. With this line of thought in mind – a line of thought that has been instrumental for us during these first two years of development – we are immensely proud and happy to see so many others sharing our vision.
As of today, more than 10,000,000 photos have been uploaded to Narrative. Being an impressively large number as it is, we get even more blown away when noticing it’s only been three months since the first Narrative Clip saw the light of day.
While the vast majority of these 10,000,000 photos are as private to the photographer as any old school photo album, many have been shared with us and the rest of the world. Some of these photos are amazing: unique, never before seen kind if imagery, sometimes artistic in a way not even the photographer expected. Some are blurry, out of focus or with an unexpected disposition. This, in fact, doesn’t matter. At Narrative, a lot of the value is in the quantity of photos, not in the “quality” of a single photo. And we think this number proves we’ll have to reconsider what a “quality photo” is. What is a good photo is only defined by the person looking at that photo to relive a memory. 10,000,000 photos means 10,000,000 possible memories for Narrative users to relive.
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