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SLIDE 1= INTRODUCTION: AYSE
-The Looxcie is a wearable hands-free camcorder that you simply wear over your ear that we believe would be a success if brought to Australia.
- Been listed in TIME magazine’s 50 best inventions of the year list.
- Was a giveaway on the Ellen show.
- Constantly recording on a 5hour loop.
-There is no recording button.
- When you record something you want to share you click the instant clip button to save a clip of the last 30 seconds.
SLIDE 2= DESCRIBING THE PRODUCT: AYSE
- LooxcieMoments app sends clips of moments as they happen.
- Use your smartphone screen as a monitor.
- Free to edit clips through your phone
- Can upload videos straight onto your computer
- Used as a Bluetooth headset, makes and receives calls
- Mutes the recording as you are talking on the phone
-Can upload straight on to Facebook Youtube Twitter etc.

SLIDE 3 = STATS: Lydia
- Social networking is currently the biggest form of communication
- People feel the need to share everything they see and hear with a status update on Facebook or a video on YouTube.
-We can see the level of importance placed on social networking simply by looking at a few numbers… The Australian monthly active users for the 3 largest sites being:
Facebook 7.9 million, YouTube 6.7 million and Twitter with 1 million.
-Furthermore, Facebook reported that people spend more than over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook.
-Another rising number is the amount of smart phones being bought.
-Last year alone, Australians purchased 1 million phones per month
-Smart phones made up 57% of this number.
- Android mobile phones take 40% of the whole mobile phones market. And Apple Iphone takes 30% of the whole market.
- This is convenient for the Looxcie because its app is designed for smart phones.

SLIDE 4= ENVIRONMENTAL: Allen
-The Looxcie is available from Amazon at $199…...

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