[...In practice, total-capture systems have been used by only a small number of people (often those with direct investment in the technology), and lifelogging infrastructures [11, 12] are not in widespread use.

While Gordon Bell of Microsoft [2] and Steve Mann of the University of Toronto [18] have both “lived the vision” by recording many aspects of their everyday lives, they are unusual in the extreme extent of their engagement with lifelogging. Otherwise, there are few instances of full-fledged use of total capture. ]

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