Monday, September 27

This is how the first Facebook smart glasses work | Digital Trends Spanish

A few months ago, Facebook announced its efforts to become a metaverse. The development of its first smart glasses in conjunction with Ray-Ban pointed in this same direction.

Now, the social platform has officially launched this device.

These are the Ray-Ban Stories, normal sunglasses that have a couple of built-in functions and a connection to our smartphone that make them a smart device.

One of the highlights is the incorporation of two cameras, each next to a lens, which allow us to photograph and record what we are seeing.


The idea is that this content can be shared directly in Facebook applications, through stories that can last up to 30 seconds.

The cameras have 5 MP sensors, as well as built-in speakers and microphones that allow you to make calls without having to pick up the phone. It also has touch controls that help carry out different basic actions without the smartphone app.

Also, the functions can work with a voice assistant that responds to the phrase “Hello, Facebook”. For example, to use the camera, you can say. “Hey, Facebook, record a video.”

Although they are a bit thicker than other Ray-Ban glasses, this device weighs only 5 grams.

The Ray-Ban Stories will be available in different versions and colors with a price starting at $ 299, although it is still unknown when they will hit the market. They will first begin to be marketed in the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy and the United Kingdom.

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