Endangered message service, Snapchat announced that it will unveil a line of video-catching sunglasses. A whirl on Glass eyewear abandoned by Google over a year ago. Snapchat’s Video-Catching Spectacles will be Available Soon
Snapchat’s Video-Catching Spectacles will be Available Soon
The California-based company revealed in an online post that its Spectacles will be “available soon,” with media rumors pegging the price at $130 a pair. It also announced that it is changing its name to Snap Inc.
“We’ve been working for the past few years to develop a totally new type of camera.”
Said the post by Team Snap.
“Spectacles are sunglasses with an incorporated video camera that makes it easy to create Memories.”
Earlier this year, Snap added a method to save pictures as “Memories,” a move for a service known for messages that disappear after being seen.
Spectacles were owed as having one of the minimum wireless cameras in the world. They will be capable of taking a day’s cost of “Snaps” on a single charge. The sunglasses connect to Snap software wirelessly using Bluetooth or wifi connections.
Spectacles cameras take video from the outlook of wearers, claim a 115-degree field of view. They take snippets of video projected for sharing at the service. Snapchat’s spectacles will let you record your life, 10 seconds at a time.
“What if you could go back and see that memory the way you experienced it? That´s why we built Spectacles.”
Snap evaluates that it has over 100 million users of the service internationally. Certain reports reveal it makes 10 billion video views per day.
Last year in January, Google terminated sales of its Internet-linked eyewear Glass. It became available in the United States in early 2014. Google Glass had been hit with condemnation due to distresses about privacy. Since the devices were capable of taking pictures and video.