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Wearable Technology and Photography - Autographer

Popularity of wearable technology and photography in the UK If they had a device, 1 in 5 would wear it everyday ½ IO of Brits would consider purchasing a wearable tech device of Brits would be interested in tracking their behaviour and/or lifestyle using a wearable device Almost half of wearable technology owners use their devices daily 96% One in four Brits aged 18-34 will consider buying wearable technology in the next year of Brits own a device capable of capturing photos Moments people wish they'd caught on camera 20% 16% the first date with 25% a personal sporting achievement such as scoring a goal for my school football team etc. the love of my life My child's birth 37% 33% My child's first steps My child's first words 12% 15% drunken my driving celebrations test such as my 18th birthday party. 12% 10% my wedding proposal 16% L a succesfull the first gig I went to job interview Why the uptake of wearable cameras? 22% feel conflicted at live music gigs as they want to both enjoy the moment and capture images want to create 30% a library of their life 1 in 4 have possibly witnessed a 28% 23% so they could replay newsworthy event they wish they'd captured 22% would still take pictures of their everyday life, interactions and people on a daily basis 28% said it will help them said it would help them to create a film of their life remember things conversations AUTOGRAPHE R OMG Life research commissioned via VisionCritical July 2013. 2000 base of respondents

Wearable Technology and Photography - Autographer

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How has wearable technology been received by the people of the UK in the past few years? Do people prefer to enjoy the moment or capture it? Why is there such a desire for wearable cameras?


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