So the whole world seems to be pretty hung up on what Google Glass is able to bring to the table in 2014, but for those who are unable to wait that long might want to check out just what is in store right here and now – and you will most probably not go wrong with the Pivothead sunglasses, as they not only prevent harmful UV rays from hurting your eyes in the long run, it will also boast of a High Definition camera, storing all that it sees onto 8GB of internal memory, not to mention having the ability to synchronize all it has recorded with your smartphone.
The 8-megapixel shooter has been built right into the bridge of the sunglasses, where it does Full HD video recording (although you might want to stick to something far less high resolution such as VGA video if you want to maximize the use of its internal memory), in addition to capturing still images. Not only that, the Pivothead sunglasses are also capable of capturing time lapse burst still shots at different intervals, or up to 16-shot rapid burst photos if you so desire. iOS and Android apps ensures it is compatible with majority of the smartphones in the market out there.
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