Facebook smart glasses are equipped with two hidden cameras.
Facebook has launched the first pair of smart glasses in collaboration with Ray-Ban manufacturer EssilorLuxottica.
Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses allow you to take photos and videos, share your stories, listen to music, or answer calls. Smart glasses can be purchased at certain retail outlets in the United States, as well as in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy, and the United Kingdom. Images and videos captured using social media smart glasses can be shared on other well-known social media platforms, including Tiktok, Snapchat, and Twitter.
Ray-Ban Stories has twin 5MP cameras and front-facing LED lighting for taking perfect pictures and videos. Users can use the capture button or Facebook assistant voice commands to make videos up to 30 seconds long. Ray-Ban Stories also has Bluetooth and a three-microphone audio array, which can provide richer voice and sound transmission for calls and videos.
The smart glass is compatible with the new Facebook View app, allowing you to easily share your views, stories, and experiences with friends and followers.
Ray-Ban Stories has 20 styles, including some of the most iconic Ray-Ban styles-Wayfarer Large, Round, and Meteor-as well as five colors and a range of lenses, including clear, sunny, transition, and prescription, allowing you to choose the style that suits you.
The glasses are equipped with a portable charging case to charge them and protect them during the journey. A fully charged protective case allows you to use the glasses for an additional three days.