A pair of sunglasses that feature a built-in camera for taking pics and vids, along LCD screens built into the lenses to display them
Many companies have a hard time distinguishing themselves from the crowd at CES, so Polaroid played the celebrity card using Lady Gaga to unveil a series of products she actually helped design.
Making up Polaroid’s new Grey Label line is a digital camera that prints out photos and a mobile printer – both usingZINK’s Zero Ink thermal printing technology – but the most obviously Gaga-esque product is a pair of sunglasses that feature a built-in camera for taking pics and vids, along LCD screens built into the lenses to display them.
The GL20 Camera Glasses contain a concealed 5-megapixel camera that can capture video and stills. It can be set up to capture images at 10 or 60 second intervals, or manually via a button on the arm of the glasses. The images can be saved to an SD card and transferred to a computer via Bluetooth or a USB port, also located in the arm, to be uploaded to the internet, or displayed immediately on two 1.5 inch LCD displays embedded in the lenses to be viewed by people around you. Oh, and they’ll also protect your eyes from the Sun’s rays.