The device jointly developed by Meta (Facebook) and Ray-Ban is gradually reaching the most important markets in the world.
Developed jointly by Meta (Facebook) and Ray-Ban, the smart glasses launched in some markets last year, arrive in Europe and are available as of March 17 at $366 a pair.
How do Facebook smart glasses work?
Ray-Ban stories have both photo and video camera functionsPlus, built-in audio for listening to music and making calls.
The lenses have a 5-megapixel dual camera for taking pictures or videos, Either via voice commands or via the pickup button built into the stand.
In addition, it includes a speaker system for listening to music and three microphones that allow you to take calls and collect audio from videos.
Engineers have created Ray-Ban Stories that weigh just 5 grams more than regular Ray-Ban lenses.
Users will be able to use the Facebook View app from their mobile devices, available for iOS and Android, to save, edit and share photos and videos on Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger and Twitter, among other platforms..
her lenses Battery lasts up to four hours of use And the Can be recharged in its own packaging (what or what Offer three additional fees).
Ray-Ban Stories already arrived last September in United StateAnd the AustraliaAnd the CanadaAnd the IrelandAnd the Italia And the United kingdom.
It can be purchased now from the Ray-Ban online store and at selected Ray-Ban dealers. SpainAnd the Austria And the Belgium From March 17From u $ s366 pairAt the same time France It will be available from Next April 14.
New models and up to 60 seconds of video
Smart Lenses has announced that among the new colors and lenses that will be on display, Ray-Ban Stories Can be configured into 28 different combinationsAmong them are classics black road passerwhich remains one of Ray-Ban’s most popular models.
Ray-Ban Stories will be able to record a maximum of 60 seconds of video from April, compared to the 30 seconds it was limited to..
this is new update Where do Meta (Facebook) and Ray-Ban work? It will also allow you to add sound notifications So that the user can find out Yes:
- The battery is about to run out
- Storage is almost full
- Very hot or cold lenses
How to ensure privacy
They explained from Meta that they “are aware of the responsibility that comes with ensuring people feel comfortable and safe when using Ray-Ban Stories. This applies to both the people who wear the device and those around them. That’s why we built the privacy features directly into the product, within it.”
The user will have Permissions in application display To customize preferences, the lenses include a physical button to turn them off and wear them like regular sunglasses.
From Meta, they make sure that it collects only the data necessary to work: battery status, Facebook username and password to verify identity and WiFi connection.
“In April, we will develop a campaign in various EU countries to educate and explain the operation of wearable devices and smart glasses. Thus, the campaign aims to raise awareness of the guidelines to follow when using lenses or the need to stop recording when someone around you tells you to do so,” Mita highlighted.
“The campaign will also alert people to be careful when taking photos of the palace,” the company said, according to an article on Europapress.es.
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