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Right Hand

Artist Alberto Frigo took a picture of every object he used with his right hand for the past 11 years. Averaging 76 photos per day, the project — Images of the artifact used by the main hand — is low-tech, with just a small, hand-held camera. No internet connection, tagging, or documentation. Just a stream of photos. Frigo aims to do this until age 60, so he has only 25 more years to go. Yep. – FlowingData
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Weevmee™

Challenge At the end of a long year of Instagram-ing could we create a single, unique manifestation of our year in photos? Could we make something that feels artistic enough to be unique, but contains enough clarity to feel personal? Design Solution We created Weevmee™, a web application that aggregates your personal Instagram photos (or those that you search for) into custom, never-ever-ever-repeated, artistic images for your delight and sharing. Result Thousands of unique users have created Weevmee™s and shared them with their own networks. Weevmee™ is becoming a platform to create artistic output based on the unique data and content of our users. We’re exploring next level functionality to widen the creative output of Weevmee™ even more across digital and even real-world products. – Weevmee™
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VSýnthesis

As part of a CPSC 583 course at the University of Calgary, Bon Adriel Aceñero created three distinct visualizations to keep track of personal data, then later combined these visualizations as a whole. Activity River: visualizes daily activities as a stream of colours in a timeline. D'Ripples: visualizes looking directions per hour, and images of what was in that direction that hour. A Well of Places: visualizes location data and the amount of time spent in that location. Hours: a combination of Activity River, D'Ripples, and A Well of Places to provide a birds eye view of daily activities.
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Visits

With visits you can browse your location histories and explore your trips and travels. Our unique map timeline visualization shows the places you have visited and how long you have stayed there. Add photos from Flickr to your visits and share your journey with your family and friends! – visits
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Clickflash

Ever since photographer Noah Kalina began his Everyday portrait project 11 years ago (I had no idea he was still actively photographing himself, talk about commitment) there have been hundreds of inspired photogs snapping daily self-portraits. Flickr user clickflashwhir is one of these people, taking hundreds of portraits over the past several yearsTiemen Rapati downloaded 500 of her photos and created this beautiful composite image by finding an average RGB value for each pixel and dividing it by the total number of portraits. – Colossal
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Everyday

Ever since October 23rd, 2011 I've taken a photo of myself (almost) everyday. In addition to the time-lapse video that I update yearly, I take the photographs and cut each day into a little strip to make collages. The leftmost strip is January 1st and and the rightmost strip is December 31st. – Dylan Mason

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