After Snapchat introduced its smart spectacle Spectacles that have the capability to record videos, another company has decided to try on the market by creating exceptional ACE Eyewear smart glasses that can put videos on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
While Spectacles can only post videos directly to Snapchat, Acton, otherwise known for the production of electric skateboards, has been focusing on creating advanced glasses.
ACE Eyewear has the capability to shoot photos of eight megapixel cameras and record HD videos. The camera’s display is 120 degrees wide, and simply by clicking on the button in the upper left corner of the frame of the glasses, you begin to take a photo or record a video.
The battery glasses can withstand up to 1.5 hours of constant operation or 80 hours at standstill. If you find yourself using an ACE Eyewear glasses at a party on the beach, you do not have to worry about ruining them because they are dust-proof and waterproof.
The glasses have four gigabytes of memory, and can record a video of 40 minutes, as opposed to Spectacles that are limited to a video of 30 seconds.
ACE Eyewear glasses are available for an order at a price of $ 99, and the delivery will begin in April.