Aymeric Lee succeeded in adding up 100 single digits read at 1-sec intervals by a computer program. He again got the answer right when the reading was cranked to 0.8-sec intervals. However, he did not get the answer right at 0.6-sec intervals. Hence the 0.8-sec pace became the new Singapore record. Memory Ark organised the test for him at Pollinate, Blk71 start-up hub, on 25 Jul 2018.