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The glasses consist of two separate houses within the sides of the frame for the battery and camera. The camera lens has a 115° field of view and records in a circular format that adapts to a smartphone’s screen size and orientation.
The smartglasses record when the user presses a button on the top left of its frame, up to a maximum of 10 seconds and syncs with its designated smartphone via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The camera also houses a ring of LED lights that indicate the battery level, when the camera is recording, etc. The pair of glasses
The camera also houses a ring of LED lights that indicate the battery level, when the camera is recording, etc. The pair of glasses charge in a yellow case that has a built-in battery and connects to its proprietary cable. The cable can be attached either to the case or directly to the glasses. According to the manufacturer, the fully charged case will hold enough power to recharge the glasses four times.The lithium-ion batteries in both the case and the glasses draw power from a standard 5 volt USB power
The lithium-ion batteries in both the case and the glasses draw power from a standard 5 volt USB power supply, and connect via a USB cable which is held in place by small magnets.
The glasses are exclusive to Snap Inc.’s service, Snapchat. They are paired by looking at the user’s account Snapcode and pressing the button on the glasses frame, as well as connecting to them via Bluetooth (for iOS devices).
The videos taken on the glasses are stored internally within the camera and can be viewed and individually uploaded in the “Memories” section of Snapchat.
- Specs make memories, from your perspective.
- Press the button to make a 10‑second Snap.
- Lights show friends you’re Snapping.
- Wirelessly add your Snaps to Memories on Snapchat.
- Specs charge in their case.