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CES 2015: 10-minute pitch – Narrative Clip 2, the most wearable camera in the world

Oskar Kalmaru joins Stuff on stage to introduce the Narrative way to document your life

During CES 2015, the biggest and craziest tech show on the planet, Stuff hosted a whole bunch of VIPs on our International News Stage.

One of these aforementioned VIPs is Oskar Kalmaru, co-founder of Narrative, who was given ten minutes to pitch his new Clip 2 camera. He says it’s the most wearable camera in the world, and because it automagically takes a photo every 30 seconds is the perfect way to preserve key moments in your everyday life.

To see if Oskar can convince you that the Narrative Clip 2 is the photo-snapper of the future, check out the video below.

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Tom is a nerd. A gaming nerd, a home cinema nerd, a hi-fi nerd and a car nerd. And a bit of a bike nerd, and phone nerd, and computer nerd. Let's call the whole thing off and just go with all-round nerd. In the past he's been an audio book actor, a games tester, a chocolate salesman and a teacher in Japan. Then he joined What Hi-Fi? as a reviewer back in 2007 and moved to Stuff as Reviews Editor in 2011. After a five-year stint on Stuff he rejoined the What Hi-Fi? team where he currently rules the reviews team with a candy floss fist.

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