Facebook Smart Glasses could arrive sooner than consumers expected. Here’s how you can sign up, leaked captured videos, and other major details.
The most-awaited Facebook Smart Glasses could arrive sooner than interested consumers expected as Ray-Ban’s official website teases the actual release date of the new wearable gadget. Based on the new web page, the release date of the advanced smart glasses could happen this coming Sept. 9, which is just a few hours away from now.
However, you still need to consider that this could still change depending on the final decision of Facebook Incorporated. As of the moment, the giant social media company of Mark Zuckerberg seems to be focusing on its online website since FB is no longer release major updates for its VR headsets and other products.
Because of these details, there’s a high chance that Facebook fans would likely have their first glimpse of the upcoming smart glasses. On the other hand, FB executives also leaked some videos, which seem to be captured using the upcoming advanced wearable technology. Based on the footage, they are experimenting with how good the new FB smart glasses model really is.
They leaked the videos via their official Twitter account, together with the CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook’s Vice President Andrew Bosworth. The videos are taken from a first-person perspective. You can also see that both Zuckerberg and Bosworth capture the footage without using their hands. In one video, Bosworth golfs; in another video, Zuckerberg water skis and rows a boat.
FB Smart Glasses’ Leaked Videos
The videos leaked by Mark Zuckerberg and other Facebook executives did not actually reveal the design of the upcoming FB smart glasses tech. However, the captured footage showed that the wearable gadget could be capable of 1080p video performance.
Facebook first revealed its plan to develop its first smart glasses with Ray-Ban earlier this 2021. The giant social media company explained that they would do this by working with the French-Italian company EssilorLuxottica SA, which owns the eyewear brands Oakley, LensCrafters, and Ray-Ban.
On the other hand, Facebook also teased a prototype called Project Aria to gather data on how smart glasses could be used in real-world situations. Aside from FB, Amazon, Snap, and Google are also trying to enter the smart glasses industry by working on their own wearable devices.
However, the giant social media platform, together with Google and other giant tech creators, has one problem they need to solve, which is the efficient battery life. As of the moment, the available smart glasses models still have short lifespans, which clearly annoy many consumers. The other issue is about finding a major purpose for the smart glasses right now, especially since smartphones are considered the go-to handheld device for regular users.
How To Get FB Smart Glasses Updates?
Since the giant social media platform hasn’t actually released the exact features of its upcoming FB smart glasses gadget, you need to sign up to Ray-Ban’s official website to get the latest updates about the new device.
Here are the simple steps you need to follow;
- The first thing you need to do is click this link.
- After that, just provide your first and last name, as well as your complete birth date (day, month, and year), and your email address.
- You are also required to provide your gender or you can choose the option “Prefer Not To Say.”
- Once you completed these steps, you can now click the “Submit” option.