You never know, how “advancement” is peaking itself from every passing time. The spell-bound development in the tech world is gracing with the new Snapchat spectacles. Evan Spiegel, CEO of renamed Snap Inc., calls the video-sharing sunglasses “a toy” but sees an advantage to acquittal his app from smartphone cameras.
The company surely surprised the world by unveiling the new tech enrichment on Friday, last week. Corroborating everything we’ve heard formerly, Spiegel uncovered that Spectacles are a set of $130 sunglasses that sport an integrated video camera with a 115-degree lens. The spectacles are very stylish and are available in three different colours- black, teal and coral.
The spectacles can record videos up to 10 seconds and one can record up to 30 seconds at a time. The glasses record circular videos and the videos chronicled by the spectacle can directly be saved to yours snapchat account without even using your phone. Charge for the glasses lasts about a day. But the glasses come with a charging case that will juice the Specs automatically when they're stored.
Sure, the products are not flawless — you need to charge them, and most folks aren’t going to attire sunglasses at dark. But will that keep fledgling patrons away from a frictionless life-input stratagem? The stretch of phase will tell. But if the Spectacles are picked up as quickly as Snapchat’s other features, the infancy will surely make wearables unruffled in the wink of an eye. And when that happens, the rest of the world will speedily shadow.
We are amazed by the improvements in the technology specifications. With every passing time, the quality and visions are surrounding with a rise in peaks of establishments. Hopefully, this recent release of Spectacles entails brighter performance like the snapchat communication interface.