After Brooklyn-based entrepreneur Cesar Kuriyama turned 30, he set out on a wild project: Take a one-second video every day for an entire year, and then piece it all together after the end of the 365-day period, creating a fast-paced look at what his year was like.
The results are pretty amazing. You see Kuriyama go through a huge variety of experiences, including applying for, and receiving, an invitation to give a TED talk. But for all the nights spent at bars, going on vacations, and finding successes in his career, Kuriyama also spends time getting haircuts, waiting for the subway, and spending time in an ICU with a family member. It's kind of like "The Truman Show"—a depiction of one normal guy going through the high points and the mundane times we all go through in life.
(And before you say that your reel would just be six minutes jerking off, keep this in mind: If you had to record only one second every day, you would have a pretty interesting six minutes too.)