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Re: Snap Unveils Eye-Popping Camera Spectacles
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2016-09-27 11:21:42
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Snap, the company formerly known as "Snapchat," on Saturday announced sunglasses that take videos through a built-in camera in the frame -- bringing to mind Google's controversial Glass product.
Snap's Spectacles let users take 10-second videos by tapping a button on the top left-hand corner of the eyeframe. Users can tap on the record button to record another 10-second segment. They can record videos up to 30 seconds long in all. The videos can be stored locally or transmitted over WiFi or Bluetooth to Android and iOS devices.


Re: Snap Unveils Eye-Popping Camera Spectacles
Posted by: GEEKCHOICE 2016-09-29 13:56:55 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
I think these could be super fun and useful if you can use them for any social media site. A more fun and convenient way to catch amazing moments without having to worry about making sure you can get your phone out and your camera up in time. The only down side is the fact that since they're sunglasses anyone who wears prescription glasses are kind of out of luck. As cool as these are I wouldn't be willing to wear these to catch something that could possibly be worthy of recording and not be able to actually see what is going on in front of me in the mean time.

Re: Snap Unveils Eye-Popping Camera Spectacles
Posted by: IrwinBusk 2016-09-27 11:25:14 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
BUTT Ugly.
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