#CESLive: Document Your World with Narrative

People are keeping detailed digital records of what they're doing more than ever before - journaling, microblogging, taking photos. But there's a point where doing so can occupy so much of your time that you can't do much else. Narrative takes a different approach by offering a tiny clip-on camera that takes photos continuously throughout the day.

The Narrative Clip - the camera device - attaches to a shirt or jacket, and automatically takes photos as you go. A particularly important moment? Double tap on the Clip to make sure it gets uploaded to the Shared Photos folder on the Narrative app, which is resident on your smartphone. A single charge lasts for up to two days; two geotagged photos are recorded every minute.

Martin from Narrative stopped by the booth to give John P and Rene an explanation of how the Narrative clip and app work.

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Peter Cohen

Managing Editor of iMore, Mac and gaming specialist and all-around technologist. Follow him on Twitter @flargh

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asuperstarr says:

This would be cool for a vacation or some kind of adventure excursion. Thanks for the interview!

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Becjr says:

I agree. I would imagine that day-to-day use would bulk the app tremendously after a while - there'd definitely be need for a syncing service to offload all that data.

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