I've not heard anyone selling a memory palace before. I do like the idea of buying and selling a memory palace because it would save a huge amount of time for the learner, however, not sure if this is something people would pay for.
The only way to find out I guess is to create one for sale and see what happens.
I am wondering how the idea was developed to buy and sell Memory palaces?
Any success so far?
has it been worth the effort?
Hi all. I'm Erol. I live in the UK. I've been practicing Memory techniques for a few years. Right now I am in the process of creating my own little system for memorising Numbers, Cards, Images, etc. This is a very nice website and I'll certainly be making a good use of it for sure.
I wish I found this website before. I can now put all my palaces here and practice. Thank you to all who made it this happen.
I'm looking to see if there's just a blank way to start a new memory palace? Any thoughts on making this usable in some VR format? That's where the money will be!
I'm creating a series of memory palaces to remember a 78 page wine list for a potential job... and for sommelier training.
Thank you thank you
I'd been looking for something like this! You really need to promote this more. One issue I'm having is that on my phone, it's hard for me to see the room I'm in and to move items around because everything is so small. Would it be possible to have a full screen mode? That's it for now. Thanks!
Here's a great article from the Harvard Law School Library that explains the differences between Public Domain, Creative Commons, and traditional Copyright. It also contains links to the best collections of public domain images online.
The best option imho, is Bing. You can search for images using Bing then filter for Public Domain images by clicking on "License" in the menu below the search box and selecting Public Domain. Please note that Google images is a bit of a mine field since it does not allow you to filter for Public Domain images specifically. Even when you do an advanced search for "free to use, share, or modify, even commercially" Google includes Creative Commons images that usually have restrictions on them. Please be careful.
When building palaces, you have three options:
1) Public Domain images: the best option! Any palaces you create with these images can be listed on the store for sale.
2) Creative Commons: the second best option depending on the specific license used. Some licenses limit you to only non-commercial uses, so those you wouldn't be able to include in palaces listed on the store. And be very careful, even images that are allowed for commercial purposes often still require attribution. For those, you would need to attribute the image in the description of your palace. You need to be very careful to read the actual license description when using Creative Commons images.
3) Copyrighted images: these you can only use if you own the copyright yourself or acquired a license for it.
Hope that helps!
Hey everybody. I'm a college student and I got started working on improving my memory with memory palaces a few months ago. So far I've been using mind mapping software and excel spreadsheets to keep track of my palaces. It's not ideal, but still works pretty well. Now it's awesome to have a tool like this specifically for making memory palaces. It's much better. I can build the palaces much easier and faster. Anyways, I look forward to posting some soon and appreciate any feedback I may get.
Here’s a video tutorial showing you how to build a memory palace using our platform:
My top speed right now is like 30 seconds per item, including picking the mnemonic and setting up the images in the palace. I'm curious how fast others can build? Please let me know in the comments. Thanks!