Posts tagged: intelligent imaging

The Next Step in Intelligent Imaging is About a Foot

Alan Bullock
 Mar 5, 2015

InfoTrends estimates that consumers worldwide will take about one trillion photos in 2015 – and that doesn’t even include the ones that are deleted right away. As a result, users of smartphones, digital cameras, tablets, action cameras, lifelogging cameras, and other picture-taking devices are accumulating massive collections of photos and videos. Keeping them organized so that memories of a person, place, or event can be easily located when desired is a daunting task. Read more »

2014: More Change for Camera Vendors

Other Posts
 Jan 21, 2014

Last year InfoTrends talked much about change and asked “Are you prepared?” In 2014 the same holds true. We are in the midst of a transformation in the imaging market. From a camera perspective we have moved through digital photography which was mostly a film replacement phase, to connected cameras which is where we are today and now we are heading towards intelligent photography.

In an environment that is marked by uncertainty we, the imaging analysts at InfoTrends, are examining the trends that will shape the imaging market in 2014. We feel certain at least two of our trends for 2014 will come true: Read more »

Moving from Slow to Intelligent Photography

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 Nov 7, 2013

InfoTrends recently published the Capture-enabled Devices: A New Market Segmentationreport and an associated blog, which describes our thoughts on how the imaging market will develop in the near future. The capture market is now divided into four segments: Slow Photography, Casual Photography, Fast Photography, and Intelligent Photography. Intelligent photography is the segment that we believe represents the most growth opportunities in the future.

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