Over the past two years, smart glasses have become the next big thing. Facebook has hopped on the bandwagon launching Ray-Ban smart glasses in partnership with eyewear giant EssilorLuxottica.
The frames will allow users to snap photos and videos with the two onboard 5 MP cameras, you'll be able to listen to music, and take phone calls.
The glasses will need to be connected to an iOS or Android device for full functionality.
The glasses will store hundreds of photos or dozens of videos on the glasses before transferring media to their phones via Facebook’s new 'View' app.
The glasses come in three classic Ray-Ban styles, with several color and lens combinations. The glasses will start at $299, with polarized and transition lens options coming in at a higher price point.