The machines, called Snapbots, will be set up all over the US in the coming months
Yourbot preserves the past by digitally immortalizing your psychological profile
Breakthroughs in neuroscience could allow us to peer into our own minds like never before.
In a campaign for the New Museum, Droga5 has turned city phones into booths where passersby can hear local stories from 1993
PassedOn is a free platform where people can save thoughts and wishes for their loved-ones to view after they have passed away.
A new gaming experience is filled with personal data and images.
An awareness campaign asks people to donate their 'memories' for World Alzheimer’s Day, causing all of their posts, friends, photos, etc. to disappear for the day.
PastBook solves the problem of browsing your scattered photos on the web by cataloguing them into a book that you can download as a PDF or have printed.
Long before the names of social media sites like Twitter and Facebook were rolling off everyone's tongues, there was an age of computing innocence pre-dating the dawn of the Internet.
Frozen in time, and hidden from the public since the late 80s, a new book and exhibit will explore the iconic Lewis's department store.