Meta has introduced a new generation of smart glasses with artificial intelligence called Ray-Ban Meta Smart Glasses. With them, users will be able to launch live broadcasts on Facebook and Instagram, reports The Verge.
The option is quite interesting, but it exacerbates the already complex issue of privacy. Meanwhile, Meta positions the product as a tool for creativity, so that users can, for example, cook or play the drums and not stop recording.
Smart glasses have several features. First, their audio system is designed to ensure that only the wearer can hear the sounds being played. Ray-Ban Meta Smart Glasses are also equipped with five microphones, including one on the bridge of the nose, which should make calls and voice commands clearer.
This is one option when it comes to the camera. The glasses have small lenses that are capable of taking 12MP photos and 1080p videos. The 32 GB internal memory allows you to store about 500 photos and 100 30-second videos.
Smart Glasses are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon AR1 Gen 1 processor. They cost $299 and are already available for pre-order. The new product will go on sale on October 17.