Facebook launches its first generation smart glasses


Facebook, in partnership with a famous company in the eyewear industry, launched its first-generation smart glasses, as the glasses aim to provide a true augmented reality experience, allowing the wearer to listen to music, make calls, and even take photos or videos, and the glasses bear the name Ray-Ban. Stories.

– price of glasses

The glasses come with a starting price of $299, and buyers will be able to choose from 20 combinations of frame/lens styles of frames offered by many of the company’s stores. The smart glasses will be available in 6 countries including the US, UK, Canada, Italy, Ireland and Australia.


The Facebook smart glasses allow one to take pictures and videos (up to 30 seconds), and are equipped with dual 5-megapixel cameras on the front of the frames, and the LED indicator lights up when the cameras are on to notify those around you to shoot or record.

Users can simply say “Hey Facebook, take a picture [أو مقطع فيديو]They can also edit photos taken on Ray-Ban Stories using the accompanying Facebook View app and share them with others.

The photos can be shared on Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, Twitter, TikTok, Snapchat and other applications.

The smart glasses also have a built-in Bluetooth audio system and 3 microphones for listening to favorite media, music and podcasts from any app on the smartphone, and one can also make calls using the smart glass.

Facebook says Ray-Ban Stories are designed with privacy in mind. “We are taking steps to make sure device owners – and the people around them – feel comfortable, secure and informed,” the report states.


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