The impetus behind Brooklyn-based entrepreneur Cesar Kuriyama's "One Second Everyday" project is fairly straightforward: The essence of every person's day can be boiled down to a single memorable second — so why not hold on to that second, every day, for the rest of your life?

"On the day I turned 30 years old, I started recording 1 second every day for the rest of my life," says Kuriyama. "When I turn 40, I'll have a 1-hour video that encapsulates my 30s. If I live to see 80 years of age, I'll have a 5-hour video that summarizes 50 years of my life."

And looking back on that life, it will undoubtedly seem considerably more interesting than it actually was. Just take a look at Kuriyama's one-year, six-minute sample.

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Is he, or is he not The Most Interesting Man in the World?

Kuriyama's One Second Everyday smartphone app, which aims to make it easier for the average person to record their own one-second time capsules, is still in development, but has plenty of backers to spare on Kickstarter.

[H/T: Reddit]