If you’re waiting for the Google Glass, you may not be too fascinated with this pair of glasses from Thanko Japan. However, if you’re an avid adventurer or a bicyclist who has owned a few head mounted cameras, this will be a perfect replacement. Equipped with an ultra-compact camera in the hinge of the frame and a micro-SD card slot in the inside of the temple, the glasses records videos in Full-HD at 20 ~ 30fps (now that beats your action camera, hands down). So, whether you’re travelling or walking, playing to hiking, you can be shooting a real-time movie of all you do just wearing your glasses to watch it later. Cool right?
Called the “Mita Mamma glasses”, the cool and stylish glasses has a power button on the inside of the temple, pressing which you can instantly start recording video for about 30 to 40 minutes on full charge (it takes about 3 hours to charge fully). The recorded videos are saved onto the microSD card. The 8,980 yen (approximately $ $90) glasses weigh 60g and features built-in lithium polymer battery which is charged via USB.
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