In the early ’90s, video cameras for personal use were large clunky devices that most often delivered grainy footage to video cassettes that would almost invariably collect dust in a box located in some forgotten corner of the house. But as technology advanced the cameras became smaller and cheaper, and the quality they delivered improved drastically. Nowhere is the this trend more evident than in the story that underpins the rise of Go Pro. The evolution of camera technology has allowed an entire generation to capture footage and share experiences that were once restricted to only the person participating in them.
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MeMINI aims to be the Go Pro of the lifestyle market
Entrepreneur and Snow Park founder Sam Lee is hunting a US$50,000 kickstart for MeMINI, new wearable tech designed to record the moments we don’t want to miss.