Cool High Tech Sunglasses
Sunglasses are often more than just eye protection; they can provide a fashion statement all by them
1. Spy Sunglasses
The Spy Sunglasses from 007 Spy Gear are perfect for the wannabe undercover agent, as they provide the ability to record high quality video plus audio through a miniature camera embedded in the frames. Theyre no slouch in the memory department, either, packing 4GB of storage, or two hours of recorded video in AVI format. All it takes is the press of a button, and the snoop wearing them is up and running (or rather walking, nonchalantly, so as not to blow his or her cover). The lithium ion battery offers up to 60 minutes of continuous recording behind the inconspicuous polarized lenses; more than enough time for that covert mission.
When the tunes are turned way up high, you can count on DropShades to provide a suitable visual accompaniment for your eyes. These tech wonders combine audio and LED technology in a pair of shades that light up in time with the rhythm of music. Its all down to a small microphone that converts incoming sound via a signal processor, triggering LED lights on the lenses. Dropshades are available to pre order from the companys website for $40 and are sold in black, white, or blue glow. Whether youre busy fist pumping at a club, wandering around a music festival or showing off your moves on top of a bar, pop on a pair of these bad boys and prepare to be noticed.
Much like the Spy Sunglasses, the SunnyCam offers high quality video, but here its HD recorded at 720p resolution. These shades can record 30 frames per second, and they come with interchangeable black and clear lenses. However, whats perhaps more impressive is the fact that theres room for a 32GB memory card if you feel the need to upgrade the 16GB card that comes with the glasses. And if discretion isnt part of your M.O., why not go for one of the more outlandish color options ? blue, red, yellow or pink, perhaps?
4. Atmos x Oakley Capsule Collection Jawbone
The Jawbone shades were the result of a collaboration between Californian sunglasses powerhouse Oakley and Japanese streetwear brand atmos. They feature a black and white speckle pattern across the frame and a striking, glow in the dark bottom bracket. The lenses boast Oakleys iridium coating, which reduces glare and enhances contrast, but the undoubted highlight is the luminescent lower section of the frame, which will let people see you coming from quite a way away when the sun goes down. Why youd be wearing sunglasses at night in the first place, however, is an entirely different question.
5. Polaroid GL20 Camera Glasses
What do you get when you combine Lady Gaga, a pair of sunglasses and camera company Polaroid? The Polaroid GL20 Camera Glasses, of course. These futuristic looking shades feature a pair of 1.5 LCD displays set into them, and they not only allow users to take photos with the built in digital camera, but also to display them on the LCD screens before your eyes. Captured images are stored on a detachable USB earpiece, so that all of Gagas Little Monsters can upload their pictures in a flash ? or transfer new images and video onto the USB to display on the glasses as the wearers roam the streets.
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