While the internet has become a fantastic way to share videos online, one of the main issues people have about recording videos is that usually aren’t very long due to the fact it gets tiring to hold up a camera. Well, the folks over at ZionEyez have come up with a solution to the problem, by embedding a video camera into a pair of glasses instead. What makes the ZionEyez Eyez stand out from other spectacle-cams is the fact that it packs a 1080p high resolution HD video camera. The Eyez also has the ability to record and stream live video from the glasses to an app that automatically shares it online through LiveStream or Qik for you to share your live video feeds. Or if live video streaming isn’t what you want, you can even record videos onto the glasses’ onboard 16GB of memory. In addition to being a useful hands-free camera, the glasses function like regular sunglasses and can help protect your eyes from the sun. Head here for more details about the Eyez. There aren’t any details about pricing or release dates yet, but you can be pretty sure that it won’t be cheap.
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