What is a ‘zoomer’?
Zoomers, as the name suggests, are people who ‘zoom’ in on things.
Zoomers are often retirees who have a lot of time on their hands and enjoy going to art galleries or exhibitions that they might not usually visit during their working lives.
They may also be retired business people with an eye for detail. It could even be someone with a diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome because it is similar to this condition in some ways, i.e., distinguishing patterns from details and having trouble understanding gestures. All zoomers share one thing in common – they have obsessive focus when looking at something small up close.