Facebook unveiled Ray-Ban Story smart glasses after partnering with Ray-Ban’s parent company Essilor Luxottica last September. This is the company’s first smartglass and we aim to challenge Snapchat Spectacles in the near future. The official specifications and prices of Facebook’s first smart glasses are as follows.
Facebook Ray-Ban Story: Specifications
An important highlight of the Ray-Ban story must be that camera.You get Dual integrated 5MP camera You can easily record videos from a first-person perspective. With Ray-Ban Story, you can take a photo with the capture button and record up to 30 seconds of video. Alternatively, you can use the Facebook Assistant voice commands. Yes, it has Facebook’s voice assistant, so you can capture a shot just by saying “Facebook, please take a picture” or “Facebook, please take a video”.I have LED light Put it in your glasses (above the camera) to let people around you know that you are taking a photo or video.
For calls and media consumption 3 Microphone array and open ear speakers With these glasses. Facebook says it used a background noise suppression algorithm to reduce background noise and improve the calling experience. Ray-Ban Stories syncs with the Facebook View companion app to help you import, edit and share content captured on your smart glass.
Ray-Ban offers these glasses with a charging case for portable charging. The fully charged case promises an additional 3 days of use.It takes an hour to fully charge the glasses Moderate use takes almost 6 hours..
Ray-Ban Story: Price and Availability
Facebook Ray-Ban Story costs $ 299 (~ Rs. 22,000) In the United States. Available in 5 colors, 20 style combinations, and Wayfarer / Wayfarer Large, Round, Meteor styles. You can choose from a variety of lenses such as clear, sun, transition, and prescription. Interested parties can purchase in the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy and the United Kingdom. Sold at Ray-Ban online stores and select retail stores.