the disposable memory project

Found a camera? Tell us here!
Are you one of The 100? Visit our new project for 2012
developments

The false-start of Camera 442

February 25, 2012 by admin

So, as part of Kodak’s support for our project at the end of last year, 25 cameras were sent to journalists across Europe.
Some of the recipients didn’t quite understand the project, and we had one camera which returned home completed by an individual, and another camera which came back straight away, but only half complete.

Fortunately, Andrew M very kindly offered to take the camera on, and re-release it, so it made its trip from London, to France, to London, and on to Canada, to restart its story.

Fingers crossed, as it heads on to Jamaica now, we’ll see this camera return home once again at some point soon!

Check out Camera 442 to follow its journey onwards.

Camera 441 released live on television

by admin

Well, this is a first! Camera 441 was released on live television!

Thanks to Owen for featuring the show on his Geekin’ Out slot, and as the host said, this is “Epic”!

Leo Laporte talks about The Disposable Memory Project

February 13, 2012 by admin

Leo Laporte and Chris Marquardt talk about The Disposable Memory Project on The Tech Guy on TWiT.TV

Seek forward to about 53:45, or listen to the whole podcast if you’ve got a spare couple of hours.

Leo was sent Camera 349, which travelled from the US to Antarctica in just a matter of a few weeks.

Older Posts: