An animator living in New York has filmed one second snapshots of his life every day for the past year and edited them to a six-minute video, the Daily Mail reported.
Cesar Kuriyama, who began the project on his thirtieth birthday, has produced a film which records everything from world-changing events to the banalities of everyday life.
The film, entitled "1 Second Everyday -- Age 30," documents a marriage, a funeral, long-term sickness, tender moments with family and friends, holidays, food and nature.
Kuriyama said after starting the project, he was forced to make changes to his lifestyle to keep the video interesting.
He said he would record one second everyday for the rest of his life.
(China.org.cn March 12, 2012)