RayBan Stories: A New Breakthrough in Technology
Rayban stories is a newly developed Sunglasses that allows you to perform many functionalities like capturing images, recording videos without having to hold your phone.
A collaboration between Ray-Ban and Facebook led to the release of this smart device later September 2021 but while Ray-Ban sunglasses are available in most countries around the world, the release of Ray-Ban Stories is more limited. Right now, the smart glasses are available in the following countries:
It’s not hard to imagine that Ray-Ban Stories will likely be available to buy in more territories in future, so we’ll keep you updated as the availability becomes more widespread.
Rayban Stories Features
Ray-Ban Stories are essentially sunglasses that resemble popular Ray-Ban sunglasses, but with a more advanced built-in tech to provide a smart experience.
So, what’s so exciting about the Ray-Ban Stories, a collaboration between the fashion brand and social giant Facebook?
RBS has 5Mp cameras embedded in the top corners of the rims, with the aim of recording your point of view in 30-second bursts (seeing the world from your eyes).
Although It’s the full 16:9 instead offering a 1:1 aspect ratio recorded at 1184 x 1184 at 30fps that’s better suited to sharing on social media – something we imagine Facebook is keen for you to do.
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In case you’re not interested in video capture, the Ray-Ban Stories are also able to capture 5Mp images.
A three-microphone audio array ia available for audio capturing, which when combined with built-in micro speakers in the arms and Bluetooth connectivity allows you to take calls and listen to music completely hands-free. Nice, isn’t it?
Ray-Ban Stories specs
- Available in three designs with six colour options
- Dual 5Mp cameras
- 5Mp image capture & 1184 x 1184@30fps video
- 2x micro speakers
- 3x microphones
- Facebook Assistant
- Touch controls
- Wi-Fi 802.11 ac
- Bluetooth 5.0
- Compatible with iOS and Android
- Ray-Ban Stories require mobile phone and wireless internet access.
- A Facebook account and the Facebook View app are required to share content on social media.
- Facebook account required.
- Facebook Assistant is only available in the English.
How Much is Rayban Stories?
You can get Rayban stories at a price of $299 on Rayban Website and from 124k to 155k in Nigerian Naira.
With Rayban Stories, The world gets closer, you know?
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