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    Introducing Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses - a joint product of Facebook and Ray-Ban

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    After years of strong presence in the field of virtual reality and augmented reality headsets, it was expected that Facebook would one day start producing smart glasses as well. The American company unveiled its first smart glasses on Thursday, September 9, 2021 (September 18, 1400). These glasses are called Ray-Ban Stories and as its name suggests, they were made in collaboration with the Ray-Ban brand. The presence of two cameras, a speaker, a microphone and a voice assistant are among the most important features of these smart glasses. However, due to the lack of a display, it is not possible to display digital content (such as virtual reality) on the lenses of these glasses. We will learn more about this product below. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Ray-Ban</b> <b>Stories</b> <b>smart</b> <b>glasses</b> - a <b>joint</b> <b>product</b> of <b>Facebook</b> and <b>Ray-Ban</b>

    Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, describes the production of Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses as an important step towards the future; A future that, in his opinion, is no longer at the center of human life in those handsets, and interacting with a device will not prevent man from interacting with the world around him. Andrew Bosworth, director of Reality Labs at Facebook, describes the glasses as saying that Ray-Ban Stories are designed to help people live in the moment so they can stay in touch with the people around them. Are, to be in touch with those who liked to be with them.

    In appearance, these smart glasses are based on the classic Ray-Ban glasses in three models: Round, Wayfarer and Meteor and weigh less than 50 grams. The new device is actually a smart sunglasses and will be sold in a variety of colors and lenses (including photochromic and polarized lenses). It is interesting to know that Ray-Ban Stories glasses are also compatible with medical lenses. However, when you use it, you feel like you are really wearing glasses, not a smart electronic device. On the other hand, the downside is that these glasses are not waterproof at all and can not even resist the splashing of water droplets.

     <b>Introducing</b> <b>Ray-Ban</b> <b>Stories</b> <b>smart</b> <b>glasses</b> - a <b>joint</b> <b>product</b> of <b>Facebook</b> and <b>Ray-Ban</b>

    To take advantage of the smart features of these glasses, you must connect it to your iPhone or Android device. In front of the glasses (near the handles) are two 5-megapixel cameras so that the user can take photos and videos. To do this, a physical button is embedded in the upper right. Given Facebook's past margins for violating privacy laws, you might think that photographing and filming people using these glasses is also a violation of privacy (especially given the Ray-Ban Stories design). Many people do not realize that it is smart). Fortunately, there is a white LED light on the body of the glasses that notifies people when the glasses camera is active while taking photos or videos.

     <b>Introducing</b> <b>Ray-Ban</b> <b>Stories</b> <b>smart</b> <b>glasses</b> - a <b>joint</b> <b>product</b> of <b>Facebook</b> and <b>Ray-Ban</b>

    After capturing photos and videos, they can be transferred to the smartphone via the Facebook View app. According to the manufacturer, it will be possible to edit photos and videos (such as adding 3D effects) and share them through the same application. Of course, the memory of these glasses is limited and finally you can record a few 30-second clips or about 500 photos with it. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Ray-Ban</b> <b>Stories</b> <b>smart</b> <b>glasses</b> - a <b>joint</b> <b>product</b> of <b>Facebook</b> and Ray-Ban

    There are two speakers inside the glasses frame, making it possible to listen to music. Also, the 3 microphones in the body, while transmitting audio to make calls and record video, allow the user to activate the voice assistant just by saying the phrase "Hey Facebook" and without the need for hand contact, can do the desired tasks only with the command Do audio. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Ray-Ban</b> <b>Stories</b> <b>smart</b> <b>glasses</b> - a <b>joint</b> <b>product</b> of <b>Facebook</b> and Ray-Ban

     <b>Introducing</b> <b>Ray-Ban</b> <b>Stories</b> <b>smart</b> <b>glasses</b> - a <b>joint</b> <b>product</b> of <b>Facebook</b> and <b>Ray-Ban</b>

    If you have been following the technology news with interest, by listening to the specifications and features Ray-Ban Stories, the subconscious of Snapshot smart glasses, the Spectacles, cross your mind. According to some experts, Facebook designed Ray-Ban Stories inspired by the latest Spectacles smart glasses. Even the name Ray-Ban Stories's apparently borrowed from the "story" media format, first invented by Snapshot (and later popularized by Instagram and many similar platforms). <b>Introducing</b> <b>Ray-Ban</b> <b>Stories</b> <b>smart</b> <b>glasses</b> - a <b>joint</b> <b>product</b> of <b>Facebook</b> and Ray-Ban Snapchat Spectacles 3

    The fact is that the latest Spectacles smart glasses are actually the third generation of the device, which was first introduced in 2016. The third generation of Spectacles is in some ways more advanced than Ray-Ban Stories. For example, Spectacles lenses - launched in late May 2021 - have a built-in display that allows the user to view augmented reality content. Of course, Facebook sees its new glasses as just a first step in realizing the company's augmented reality dreams. Monisha Perkash, who heads the production team at Reality Labs, has stated that the ultimate goal of the team is to produce augmented reality glasses; The same goal that Google Glass failed to achieve. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Ray-Ban</b> <b>Stories</b> <b>smart</b> <b>glasses</b> - a <b>joint</b> <b>product</b> of <b>Facebook</b> and <b>Ray-Ban</b>

    In terms of price, Ray-Ban Stories is a cost-effective product. Prices start at $ 299. The price of glasses will increase to $ 329 if polarized lenses are selected and to $ 379 for photochromic lenses. The price for using medical lenses will also vary according to the type of insurance. Ray-Ban Stories will initially go on sale online in stores in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy, Ireland and Australia.

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