Take your social media sharing to the next level with this new pair of smart glasses from Facebook and Ray-Ban. The Ray-Ban x Facebook Ray-Ban Stories Smart Glasses, as it is called, is pretty much like Snap’s $130 video recording sunglasses, but “smarter”.Ray-Ban x Facebook Ray-Ban Stories Smart Glasses

Ray-Ban x Facebook Ray-Ban Stories Smart Glasses

In addition to capturing photos and videos with the eyewear’s dual integrated 5 MP cameras, the Ray-Ban Stories Smart Glasses can be paired with the new Facebook View app for sharing your point-of-view, stories, and memories with your friends and social media followers.

With the app, you can easily import, edit, and share content capture with the smart glasses to the apps on your phone, including Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, Twitter, TikTok, Snapchat, and whatnot.

Ray-Ban x Facebook Ray-Ban Stories Smart Glasses

You will be able to capture stills and record up to 30 seconds long video using the capture button or hands-free with Facebook Assistant voice commands. To prevent you from becoming branded as a voyeur, a hard-wired capture LED lights up to let people know that the cameras are active.

Social media sharing and cool shades aside, the Ray-Ban x Facebook Ray-Ban Stories Smart Glasses further boast micro speakers and a beamforming microphone array that lets you listen to music and take phone calls.

Ray-Ban x Facebook Ray-Ban Stories Smart Glasses

Finally, the Ray-Ban x Facebook Ray-Ban Stories Smart Glasses comes with a stylish charging case for carrying it around and providing it with additional 3 days of consecutive use.

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The eyewear is available in 20 style combinations, including some of the most iconic Ray-Ban styles like the Wayfarer, and it is prescription lenses compatible.

If you are convinced that your social media sharing ritual needs to be on the next level, you can pick up the US$299 smart glasses today.

Images: Ray-Ban.

via MacRumors.

Published by Mike

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