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Facebook smart glasses with Ray-Ban to be launched soon – Times of India

After two years of regular rumors Facebook Launching its smart glasses, the social media tech giant has finally confirmed that it is happening on September 9. The company has partnered with luxury sunglasses and eyeglasses brands. ray ben For the upcoming device.
A teaser page is still live on Ray-Ban’s website with an option to sign up to get more details. Nothing is yet known about the soon-to-be-launched glasses from Facebook and Ray-Ban.
Earlier this year, Facebook-dominant Mark Zuckerberg The partnership with the brand was confirmed by a Facebook earnings call in the second quarter of 2021, “Looking ahead here, the next product release will be the launch of our first smart glasses from Ray-Ban in partnership with Essilor Luxottica. The glasses have their own iconic form.” factor, and they let you do some neat things. I’m excited to bring it into the hands of the masses and continue to progress on the journey to full augmented reality glasses in the future.
He did not reveal much about the specifications of the smart glasses or what features it will offer.
what to expect from facebook-ray-bun AR glasses?
A 2019 report said that Facebook had partnered with Luxottica, also the parent firm of Ray-Ban and Oakley, to launch augmented reality smart glasses aimed at eventually making your smartphone smarter. have to change.
The report claimed that with The glasses are codenamed ‘Orion’ and will let users take calls, show information on a small screen, and share live streams to friends and followers from the wearer’s point of view.
AR and VR. Facebook’s big bet on
Zuckerberg is betting big on the use cases of AR and VR in social media and a “huge goal: to help build the metaverse.” It is a virtual environment where you can be present with people in the digital space.
The most recent launch to build this metaverse was Facebook’s Horizon Workroom. It was launched last month as a virtual-reality remote work app, where users of the company’s Oculus Quest 2 headset can conduct meetings as avatar versions of themselves.


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