Life in Front of a Lens

The Truman Show was supposed to be a warning, but it’s slowly becoming a reality.

“Morris Villarroel, a life-logger and professor of animal behavior at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, is in the process of finding that out after having recorded all the details of his life for the past five years. He has filled more than 180 notebooks since starting in 2010 and uses a Narrative Clip camera strapped to his chest that shoots about 1,200 photos per day at 30-second intervals.”


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