Share Your Story with Memory Station Stories -Launching at RootsTech 2024

Combines Scanned & Restored Photos with Recorded Voice Narrations 
to Create Stories for Lasting Memories and Oral Histories

Share Privately or on Social Media – 
Takes Throwback Thursday to a Whole New Level!

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Vivid-Pix Memory Station Stories

February 29, 2024, Salt Lake City, UT – Vivid-Pix, a technology leader specializing in scanning, restoring, and sharing treasured memories, announced today at RootsTech 2024, the largest family history event in the world, Memory Station Stories software, the easiest way to create narrative slideshow stories of treasured memories with the Memory Station one-click scanning solution designed for older adults to scan, restore, and record audio memories. Vivid-Pix will be exhibiting at Rootstech 2024, Vivid-Pix Booth 401, held February 29 – March 2, 2024 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Vivid-Pix Memory Station™ scanning solution and one-click easy Memory Station Software™ with Stories now allows amateurs, professionals, and organizations to effortlessly tell and share stories with loved ones and create oral histories for archival purposes. Designed for home and professional use, Memory Station scanning solutions are in use throughout the U.S., at homes, senior living centers, home healthcare, genealogical and historical societies, archives, and museums, where older adults can enjoy reliving their memories. “Life is made up of people, places, events, and feelings. Photos, documents, and keepsakes from these cherished moments provide prompts to reminisce and share wonderful stories which can be narrated with each photo and combined in Memory Station Stories. 

“Unlike many other software programs and apps, all content is created and saved on a computer. Users can choose to store, upload, and/or share as they wish – with no ongoing subscription fees,” said Rick Voight, CEO, Vivid-Pix. “Enjoy sharing your story – short with a single image or long with many images – to hand down to future generations or bring #ThrowbackThursday to a whole new level!” 

Rick Voight will be speaking at Rootstech on the topic “Don’t Let Your Memories Fade” on Friday, March 1 at 4:30 PM MT (6:30 PM ET), Room 155 EF. 

Memory Station Stories lets anyone create their own family history from old, printed images, photos, and relics from family, friends, pets, and more, including family events, immigration records, paperwork, jewelry, medals, and more, for personal archival on a computer or easy upload onto social media sites, such as Facebook, letting you share an amazing memory from your youth or parents/grandparents for later generations to experience. The lightweight Memory Station overhead scanning solution features the Memory Station Software with Stories with user-friendly, extra-large buttons and a simple, easy-to-use interface – specially designed for seniors and the mobility-challenged.Memory Station software makes it fast and simple for everyone to scan up to 10 photos, documents, or keepsakes at once, and continue scanning as many times as they’d like; and its small footprint makes setup easy anywhere – homes, libraries, community centers, schools, and adult home care centers. See: for more info. 

IAAM Uses Memory Station throughout South Carolina to Record Memories

Vivid-Pix Memory Stations are traversing South Carolina with an important and wonderful initiative at the International African American Museum. “In order to ensure knowledge from memories are not lost, IAAM decided to utilize Vivid-Pix Professional Edition Bundle,” stated Brian Sheffey, Director of the Center for Family History at the International African American History Museum (IAAM). “Its ability to easily train and transport from one location to another, and with a few clicks of a mouse scan in archive quality photos/documents/artifacts, retain original condition and restored scans, voice record memories, and output by interview in such a simple, manageable way made the decision to use this system simple. Vivid-Pix new Stories feature was wonderful icing on the cake.”

Curt Witcher, Director of Special Collections and Manager, The Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana said, “When Rick described the Memory Station and how it can help our patrons as well as the community, we immediately understood and wanted to participate. We’ve gotten to know Vivid-Pix well over the past few years. Their willingness to listen to patrons, family historians, and library ideas, and then adapt their product to these desires has been refreshing and collaborative.”

Vivid-Pix Stories and Memory Station Availability

The Vivid-Pix Memory Station with Stories is available immediately at:, priced at $799.95 – $1299.95. For more information, see:

About Vivid-Pix 

Vivid-Pix invents and harnesses technologies, making it simple for individuals and organizations to relive memories and share stories. Whether by inventing software to restore decades/centuries-old photos/documents, bringing back precious memories that were thought to be long gone due to the passage of time, cognitive decline, or helping to bring families and friends together at reunions, for over a decade Vivid-Pix has made it simple and affordable for consumers and organizations to relive memories. For more info, visit

About RootsTech – Largest Genealogy & Family History Conference

RootsTech is the world’s largest genealogy and family history conference, held in person and online from February 29 – March 2, 2024 in Salt Lake City, Utah. With millions of participants from 182 countries, RootsTech is a place to learn, be inspired, and make connections through family history. This year’s RootsTech 2024 will feature inspiring keynote speakers, including Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth, unlimited access to over 1,500 sessions, an expo hall with companies from around the world, playlists, chats, and much more. For more information, see

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