Introducing The Human Codex

Introducing The Human Codex

An app that is set to revolutionise the way in which we record history is being launched this April.

The Human Codex aims to be the first ever free human history record of the people, created by the people, for the people. It is a place for people to share and store their most precious moments, and leave their own personal mark in history.

Users of The Human Codex app and website will have the ability to create their own digital time capsule (called a Codex) which can record any significant life events such as birthdays, engagements, weddings, holidays and more. Photos and videos can also be saved to the Codex.

The aim of The Human Codex is to allow people to choose the way in which they wish to be remembered. The hope is that future generations will get to see the true likeness of the people throughout history and learn from their life experiences. Ultimately, the aim is that by sharing these life stories, it can help to guide humanity’s future to a positive place.

The Human Codex concept first began in 2015, and therefore has been three years in the making. Participants can register now to be the first to take part in the launch of The Human Codex, but there is a limit of 5,000 users to begin with.

The Human Codex team is based in the UK but is currently in Croatia to build and launch The Human Codex Core in April.

Lloyd Cox, Founder of The Human Codex, said: “I have no certainty if what I’m doing will have the positive impact on the planet I hope it has; all I know is the more of us attempting to make a positive impact on the planet, the higher the probability we have of us succeeding”.

To find out more and to see how you can take part in The Human Codex, visit: