HD video recording glasses used to be the coolest thing, until Google’s product, the Google Glass, was truly terrible and overpriced. But, are video recording glasses making a comeback? Facebook seems to think so.
The company is pairing up with Ray-Ban to create its version of the Google Glass, which it hopes will replace phones in the next 5 years.
And while augmented reality glasses are still a few years away for the everyday consumer, camera glasses are here now, they’re inexpensive, and they generally shoot images and videos.
Granted, you may not be able to film your next scuba dive with JOYCAM sunglasses, but you can wear them on your next family vacation to capture moments you’d otherwise miss.
In anticipation of the year when nobody needs their phones anymore, we’ve lined up some cheap, practical video sunglasses you can use in the meantime. If you have any interest, feel free to order it, we will ship it in 48 hours.
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