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Share your stories with our new smart glass range

17 Feb 2017
If you are looking for a way to capture your latest adventure, family holiday or special moment all hands free, SunnyCam dubbed ‘the hottest new technology’ by The Weather Channel, will be exhibiting at this year’s Wearable Tech show where you can come and try out the glasses for yourself.

We are a young tech company bringing the latest technology in the form of HD video sunglasses. The glasses provide users with 1 hour recording time, and battery life can be extended. Both the Activ and Sport Editions have extendable battery life for up to 8 hours when connected to a USB power pack. We were at the world’s biggest technology show early in the year, CES, and the glasses were really well received with the likes of Shaquille O’Neil picking up a pair.

We are excited to also be demonstrating our new smart glass range at the show. The glasses will feature a full HD 1080p video camera positioned between the eyes, allowing you to record everything you see from a true point-of-view (POV). The smart glasses will connect via WIFI to your phone through the SunnyCam IOS/Android App. You will be able to wirelessly control the camera and see a live preview of what’s being recorded. Any videos and photos recorded can then be instantly shared direct to your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

Our glasses appeal to everyone, thanks to their easy operating system, boasting users of all ages. We will be releasing a number of different styles throughout 2017, and you can find out more at the Wearable Tech Show.

Come and find us at Stand D60.

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