Brando Spy Glassses Have Camera, Player Built-in
Spy glasses with a built-in camera. Seen it? How about spy glasses with a built-in camera and a built-in player for images? All in the frame.
(Spy glasses have camera built in)
For just $165, you can get a pair of these glasses with a wireless remote for secretly snapping pix from your pox (pockets).
SF fans might be thinking about such fantasies as the Video-Glasses from Bruce Sterling's 1988 novel Islands in the Net or maybe (depending on how you use them) Charlie Stross' overlay specs from Halting State. Maybe the true-vu lenses from Brin's Earth.
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