It is the mission of Facebook Reality Labs to build tools that help people feel connected, whenever and wherever they are. With virtual and augmented reality as the next computing platform for humans. Ray-Ban Stories is the start for the future.
Ray-Ban Stories is an authentic smart glasses that let you take photos, share your adventures, listen to music, and make phone calls, so you can remain connected to friends, family, and the world around you.
Features of Smart Glass
With dual 5MP cameras, you can keep a record of spontaneous moments from a first-person perspective.
Record the world as it unfolds as you see it by taking pictures and videos up to 30 seconds long using the capture button or by using Facebook Assistant voice commands without touching a button.
A hard-wired LED lets people nearby know when you’re taking a photo or video.
It has built-in open-ear speakers and a three-microphone audio array in Ray-Ban Stories delivers superior sound quality during calls and videos.
The noise suppression algorithm provides enhanced call quality comparable to that of dedicated headphones.
By pairing Ray-Ban Stories with the Facebook View app, you can share your stories, photos, and memories seamlessly with your friends and followers.
Smart glasses allow you to edit and share content to other apps on your phone: Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, Twitter, Snapchat, TikTok, and more.
It is also possible to save content to your phone’s camera roll from the smart glass, where you can edit and share it.
Facebook View’s post-capture enhancements allow you to create unique content that puts a special spin on your posts.
Design of Ray-Ban
The Ray-Ban Stories collection is available in 20 colors and styles, including the classic Wayfarer, the larger Wayfarer and the Round. You can also choose from clear or prescription lenses with clear or sun tints.
As the Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses is an all-day wearable it comes with a specially-designed portable charging case.
From a hardware standpoint, these sunglasses are a benchmark for future AR eyewear Facebook plans to roll out.
Were we heading to a world where I could just consciously command my glasses to do something?
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, said Ray-Ban Stories are “an exciting step towards a future without phones.”