A YouGov poll has revealed which pieces of controversial Black Mirror tech the British public would most like to use.
The survey organisation asked participants whether they would be willing to use eleven different innovations from the show.
The results revealed that 29% of the British public would be very likely or fairly likely to use ‘The Entire History Of You’ memory implant from season one, making it the most desirable Black Mirror invention.
Alternatively, season three’s ‘Nosedive’ rating system was the least popular, with only 7% saying they would be fairly likely or very likely to use the tech.
Almost a third of parents said they would be willing to use the ‘Arkangel’ child broadcasting system to keep track of their kids.
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Perhaps they won’t have to wait too long, with the recent invention of an advanced tracker that allows you to keep tabs on the whereabouts of up to twelve people within a three mile radius, without a mobile phone or wifi.
Further evidence showed that young adults were significantly more likely to want to try Black Mirror tech than their older counterparts, with 44% of 18-24-year-olds expressing an interest in the ‘San Junipero’ virtual reality system compared with only 8% of those 65 or above.
The survey follows the recent revelation that the automated pizza van of season four’s ‘Crocodile’ episode could soon become a reality.
In April last year, show runner Charlie Brooker stated that if any of the inventions in Black Mirror season four came true, then the world would be “really fucked.”