Facebook and Ray-Ban announced in a joint statement that they’re collaborating in the design and manufacturing of smart glasses that will be able to record their owners’ see, operate in real-time, and obviously, very soon, they are going to unveil it. Facebook and Ray-Ban are working on smart glasses, and on the 9th of September, the two businesses are set to present the device for the first time. Ray-Ban uploaded a marketing image with a pair of lenses against a red background with the description “09.09 2021” and the words “sign up now to get your release notification.”
Andrew Bosworth of Facebook Reality Labs recently posted some videos depicting scenes out of his own personal vacation, and Mark Zuckerberg popped in the videos for a bit as well. It has been claimed that the Ray-Ban & Facebook smart glasses captured the videos. The video clips are filmed from a first-person point of view, from Bosworth and Zuckerberg. They show the golf games of Bosworth and the boats of Zuckerberg, which all seem to emphasize athletic activity and all weather conditions.
“Looking ahead here, the next product release will be the launch of our first smart glasses from Ray-Ban in partnership with EssilorLuxottica. The glasses have their iconic form factor, and they let you do some pretty neat things,” declared Zuckerberg a while ago.
Smartglasses have become more popular as the“Looking ahead here, the next product release will be the launch of our first smart glasses from Ray-Ban in partnership with EssilorLuxottica,” said the Facebook CEO. “The glasses have their iconic form factor, and they let you do some pretty neat things.” tech improves and develops further, with improvements being incorporated into the design of the glasses themselves. This continues to improve the technologies available for consumers to purchase with. Most smart glasses incorporate some kind of camera and/or sensor technology — both of which are essential to creating a smart glass experience. Smartglass devices are usually paired with specialized software and applications that act as the central control system for all smart glass activities.
Ray-Ban and Facebook might prove tomorrow that their partnership is a match made in tech heaven.